Fading Fall

I’ve lived in or near New York City for over four decades.

These past few weeks have brought the most glorious Indian Summer I have yet seen — day after day of unusually warm weather for the last six weeks or so, weather that I have enjoyed while working on my back porch.

But I can sense those days will soon end, as I found it necessary this morning to wear a coat and hat, and also needed a small space heater to warm my hands, so I could work outside, where there is a slight breeze and the temperature is currently just fifty-five degrees:

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Things are always better out in the open, whether it be outside the house, or outside the firewall, or in a school, or at a conference, or working with the open-source and open-technology communities.

Here’s a photo showing today’s traffic so far:

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WordPress TWWP Blog Stats, Friday, 1PM EDT, 27 October 2007, the day the invitation to PJ was sent.

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