Down at the Base

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Existence

Yes, this is an experiment. Introduction What you see above is a representation, a schematic if you will, of our universe.  For that is what our universe is, a ball. A sphere if you prefer, though it would appear to be a sphere some 80 billion light years in diameter…

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The fall of Horton Plaza

Source: The fall of Horton Plaza It’s an incomplete story, for Mr. Potter’s yarn only carries you up to just after the shopping center opened. How it began it’s disintegration is not covered. That I suspect will be dealt with next week. But even incomplete you do get a good…

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Yes, This is Sarcasm

I must confess that I am having loads of fun learning how to use the Elementor page builder and all the extras that can come with it. I mean, if I’m supposed to have the intuition for this, I’m sorry but I’m not that sort of mutant. Still, I think…

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In Praise of Being Organized

  This is another post using Zendity, one written to encourage the people behind the software to add a few features. First is the addition of another box. That being a text/image box with text wrapping. Second is the ability to link text from box to box, this to make…

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Making It In San Diego: This is where rent in San Diego is rising the fastest

The cost of living in San Diego continues to rise, but what may surprise you is where rents are rising fastest throughout the city. Source: Making It In San Diego: This is where rent in San Diego is rising the fastest This is what happens when demand is greater than…

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Tri-City to indefinitely suspend inpatient mental health services

Tri-City Medical Center votes to close its behavioral health and crisis stabilization units, a move that would leave coastal north San Diego County without emergency psychiatric services. Source: Tri-City to indefinitely suspend inpatient mental health services This means problems. It means more people out on the streets, more people living…

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In Contrast

  Now Zedity Zedity – which is what I used for this post – does appear to do the same thing Gutenberg does, only a lot more capably. All that really needs to be done is for WordPress to find a way to integrate the classical editor. Or integrate how…

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Sweeping data privacy bill approved in California

First it was Europe, now California has enacted a law requiring that folks be told of what people on line are collecting in the way of information. Means that a number of WordPress plugins are going to get updated, and pretty damn soon. We just don’t like people knowing stuff…

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