Sunday, October 23, 2016

We Seem To Be Having An indian* Summer

Now, technically, an "indian summer" is a period of warm, dry weather occurring after a frost.  Here in Dellroy-land, we haven't really had a frost, yet, though we have been close.  From the predictions I have seen (E.G. Old farmers' Almanac), we are supposed to have a fairly bad winter, so this is all the indian summer we may get!

Work continues on SPOCS version 2.52.  The second trend module is still misbehaving, but I will get it straightened out soon.  A lot has been going on...some good, some not-so-good, but that's life.  A number of SPOCS fixes and improvements are in the offing, please stay tuned.

Good Night, Ma Wolfe, wherever you are.



*Yes, yes, someone mistakenly called the natives of North America "indians", and the name stuck for many decades.  However, my own family has resided on this continent for a number of generations, so we are as "native" as anyone.  If anyone really followed proper procedure (hard elbow in the ribs of the politically correct buffoons), the people who lived here at the time of Columbus should be referred to by their tribal, or nation, name.

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