After work I walked in Timbers Nature Preserve, a small city park in small Murphy, Texas. I took some interesting pictures of a small, young Great Crested Flycatcher. On the way home, I stopped by Panera to pick up dinner. My wife is ill, with a minor but annoying cold. We ate dinner and then she went back to bed.
This morning I went to on-line drm-free advocate Kevin Beynon's site to find more DRM-free book publishers. I like DRM-free on principle, as I dislike any digital impediments to reading ebooks. I particularly prefer to buy books I can read on my computer's ereader software. I do not use software to alter formats for books to "crack" DRM. I would rather just buy from people who do not use DRM. After browing a few websites, I liked a book I saw on a website for a small Canadian literary press called Invisible Publishing. I bought Andrew Kaufman's novel "Small Claims". I read the first sixty or so pages, and find myself to be enjoying it so far.
My meals yesterday:
breakfast: "toasted wheatful" cereal and skim milk
lunch: a turkey sandwich and baked chips
dinner: a turkey sandwich and a baguette
(cross-posted to DW because life is silly)