Here’s Part 3 of chapter 9. Boris, Stephie and Hilda react to the message from the Manager, just in case, Sal returns to New York, Tim captures a car and drops his camera and more.
I didn’t post Friday, so here’s the next part. Stephie dances, sphinx brings another message from the Manager and makes a request and Noro deals with a business he would rather not deal with.
So here we at Chapter 9. Introducing Tim, the newsboy with the bright career prospects who’s world is about to get turned sideways.
Here’s the last part of Chapter Eight. We visit the Island for the last time as Tom and Chrissie go over what happened and Tom discovers a hot mer business opportunity.
This is a sort of search and discover newsletter of my findings of things that may relate to technology in one way or another. It might be the latest gosh wow tech, it might be something as old of humanity. It might relate to science large or small. It might be art for art’s sake. Or somebody just doing something funky. Because I think that technology is just the representation of human creativity and breaking boundaries. So I’m certainly not going to place boundaries here except that it won’t be the same old, same old. So almost no gadgets or yacking about the latest phone or whatever, unless of course it involves taking them apart or destroying them in unusual ways. Or putting them to work in imaginative ways that most people won’t even think of. So buckle up, it’s going to be a fun ride.
This time it’s the Nebraska Zephyr, Engine teardown time lapse, rail gun, Merlin engine stuff and more.
Events move on. The crew goes to dinner after the beach, Tom takes every one out to the island and they go over what went on out there at last.
Here’s some more link and related stuff. In this post I’m going to do things like link to books in my library as well. Do I think that everybody will be able to access naval academy textbooks from the 1930’s? Not really, but I never expected to find them either, but when I did I bought them. and the set of The History of Technology and that book on farm life in the Nineteenth Century. The reason I have those references is that that I was open to buying them in the first place. As a writer the goal to be to write a book that Sarah Hoyt will not throw across the room. Your goal should be to not insult the reader’s intelligence, not go so far off the deep end that reader never wants to come back. You should do enough world building that the reader will feel comfortable living in that world.