For those more regulated, who can still appreciate the late poet's gift, there is the reassurance that this is not a bad way to live. Each of our friends, in person and online, provides us with some distinct tangent that cannot be compared. Each one is deserving of attention (or inattention, at times) and is part of our mindful meanderings.
To know that we are reaching those we choose to reach. With words alone, if necessary. How very Emersonian.
In tomorrow's post, I'll go all technical on you: brief conversation with green MIIS economist Jason Scorse (author of Sufonomics 101) on the new $15-an-hour California minimum wage. It will center on my experience as an IT-contracted writer (the dreaded Independent Contractor)––labeled by Forbes as a 'contingent' worker in the May, 2015, article Shocker: 40% of Workers Now Have 'Contingent' Jobs, Says U.S. Government.