"Murphy was an optimist!"
Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock July 25, 2004 11:39 amPosted by djuggler in : Daily Life
I achieved largely yesterday! I killed off a project that has had a red bucket c-clamped to our bookshelves for almost a year! I should be terribly satisfied (and I am). Yet I am not calm. Now I am driven to tackle another project but I cannot pick one. Soon we will go get Sarah and take her to Girl Scout Camp (Part II).
Choices: leaky faucets in upstair bath (never ignore water!!), heating elements in hot water heater, office cleaning, spray 6 week bug away application in yard, trash out of house, buy stamps, buy bug spray (for Sarah), hit an ATM (consider using our own account), program, clean, clean, clean (office, upstairs, desk – respectively), in-laws security light, bath, job applications, client management, contact management, financial management, meditation, self-improvement, exercise – more..
What a cool thought! Of course paper money will die soon but in the meantime what if ATMs were really on demand money. Instead of storing money inside it just printed new bills when needed and the bank would be responsible for destroying the equivalent number of bills. I know I know. Formula for disaster but still a cool thought similar to the BookMachine (thanks Kurzweil!).