Welcome Tomorrow today!

I'm delighted to see that Justin's Flying Car post has been linked by the Carnival of Tomorrow, and I wanted to welcome all new readers coming here from Phil Bowermaster great blog, The Speculist. (And while I'm at it, all new vistors who might be coming here indrectly from InstaPunditstan).

Justin regrets that the comments feature can't be turned back on, but it's an anti-spam feature that's built in, and the only way I can think of to turn it off would be to republish the post. (A post dated post seems redundant.)

Anyway, welcome all!


UPDATE: While reading the Carnival of Tomorrow, I was unable to avoid having my mind read by a color test.

Here's the result:

Your Brain's Pattern
Your mind is a firestorm - full of intensity and drama.
Your thoughts may seem scattered to you most of the time...
But they often seem strong and passionate to those around you.
You are a natural influencer. The thoughts you share are very powerful and persuading.

(Via Beth at Wide-Eyed and Laughing.)

posted by Eric on 10.13.05 at 03:12 PM










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Your Brain's Pattern


Your mind is a multi dimensional wonderland, with many layers.

You're the type that always has multiple streams of though going.

And you can keep these thoughts going at any time.

You're very likely to be engaged in deep thought - and deep conversation.

What Pattern Is Your Brain?

Those red bubbles. Norma's red.

Steven today was a dreary and depressing day until I saw your comment.

:)

Eric Scheie   ·  October 13, 2005 5:10 PM

Call me bland:

Structured and organized, you have a knack for thinking clearly.
You are very logical - and you don't let your thoughts get polluted with emotions.
And while your thoughts are pretty serious, they're anything from boring.
It's minds like yours that have built the great cities of the world!

Beck   ·  October 13, 2005 9:01 PM

Dear Eric:

The feeling's mutual.


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