Never On Sunday?

Kage Baker distrusted the great organizations being born in recent years on the Internet. She said part of the problem was the speed at which things lived and aged in the aether. Hence her theory that AI’s and algorhythms were going senile at abnormal speeds.

Might be true. I do know that I have been unable to get onto WordPress all day, half my usual settings and information are missing, and it keep dumping me off. This may be as far as I get, Dear Readers, before our intangible cyber overlords shut me down …

But I’m thinking of you! I am trying to communicate! Listen for banging on the tubes, in clumsy Morse code – it’s been 50 years since the Brownies and I don’t remember half the alphabet! Keep an eye out for pigeons with notes tied to their toes, and starlings bearing memorized messages! Automatic writing in invisible ink!

We shall overcome.

About Kate

I am Kage Baker's sister. Kage was/is a well-known science fiction writer, who died on January 31, 2010. She told me to keep her work going - I'm doing that. This blog will document the process.
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4 Responses to Never On Sunday?

  1. Jane says:

    Is that why there were five wee racoons on my front porch an hour ago?!! I wondered why they were trying to climb my screen door (and making my cat insane).

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  2. Kate says:

    Aaaagh! Oh, poor Jane – the babies are the worst, because they can still dazzle you with overpowering Cute! Don’t let them in!

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  3. Jane says:

    OK, if you’re sure they don’t have a coded message for me! My Pooh Bear cat would have kittens – wait – he’s a boy. But when the little thieves get old enough: god save the garbage cans…

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  4. Kate says:

    Raccoons of any size never have messages from me. I guarantee it. They are my enemies; also the enemies of my stalwart minions – the Corgi, the Cranky Old Tabby Lady, and The Little Black Cat Girl.

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