Being unstuck in time
I am curious about how the world works, and history gives me some of the answers that I hunger for. I am also an early adaptor. My career took off early as I embraced computer technology for graphic design and web design. I used "electronic mail" in the 1990s. And before that, I was one of the first people to have an "answering machine". Heck, if I'd lived long enough ago, I would have been the first person on the block to have a telephone! Or a car!
To me, time flows like a river, and I enjoy becoming unstuck in time, and letting the current take me to interesting places. I resent being trapped in the here and now, the same way some people resent being trapped in a particular place. I've always had a strong sense of the fourth dimension, and if you do, you know what I mean.
By the way, I didn't come up with the term "unstuck in time", Kurt Vonnegut did. But you knew that, didn't you?
Posted by Brad Hall