And I quote, “Man, cousin, I'm about to put in the work,/assert authority. Administrative access: crack this./If your patches back in the past, this/0day gets you on a root trip. True crypt./Key file, I will keystyle shell code,/triple sevens all up on the ch mod.” Wack.
Chris Baldwin’s brilliant comic (I won’t belittle it by calling it a “web comic”) Little Dee ended today. He’s been winding it down for months, so it’s no surprise that it’s over. What is a surprise to me is how resonant the ending is, even in its first two panels:
It’s tempting, as I start to see forty up on the horizon, to think that all my adventures and all the beauty are behind me. Weeks like last week, when my father in law was in and out of the hospital and I was forced by illness to withdraw from a Tanglewood Festival Chorus concert run that would have taken me to Carnegie Hall, seem to reinforce that thought.
But then I watch my family, and I catch my breath a little bit at all the beauty that is yet to come.