KILKENNY -- When I look through 10 consecutive years of my flight logs, I remember how far I could see at night. Because you can see the stars at night, hundreds of thousands of miles away. I could see stars when cruising above the tropopause that were well beyond the distance of the sun. Trapped now on the ground at night, most of my long distance vision comes through my electronic connections. I can see the electronic footprints of people visiting Irish Typepad, including 374 who came yesterday in search of the "last flight of Concorde." I see several women with cancer visiting here after midnight in Ireland. Nearly 20 different American students come to this virtual slice of Ireland after their nightly news programs air in the States. For some reason, they can see my Irish Typepad more clearly when darkness cloaks Ireland. I can see them more clearly too as my connectivity rips faster when the Irish and British Isles are asleep. Sent mail2blog using Nokia Communicator O2 TypePad service.
Sent mail2blog using Nokia Communicator O2 TypePad service.