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Meiguo World-readable
2016-04-03 17:21:07
26 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator sees a bridge and flies home after two weeks of playing tourist in the People's Republic of China
Series: China 2016
Zijin Mountain World-readable
2016-04-03 12:58:12
25 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator visits Sun Yat-sen's mausoleum and other scenic sites on Zijin Mountain, on his last full day in China
Series: China 2016
Exploring Nanjing World-readable
2016-03-26 21:49:30
24 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator explores the city of Nanjing
Series: China 2016
Nanjing World-readable
2016-03-20 10:28:42
23 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator departs a frigid Beijing for an only-slightly-less-frigid Nanjing
Series: China 2016

Having rejected DOS, we're paranoid about anything that isn't
"user-friendly," that requires some adjustment on our part and a
commitment to meet the technology halfway. It's as if Henry Ford rigged
a bridle and set of leather reins to his Model T instead of a steering
wheel and clutch, and to this day we were still driving our cars the way
a 19th century groomsman would handle a horse and buggy.
- Jonathon Keats, "'You Send Me' by Patricia T. O'Conner & Stewart
Kellerman", Salon.com