>I'm back! This is Mikael Cardell, once firstname.lastname@example.org, writing >to Future Culture again. Welcome back Mikael! > I wasn't unsubscribing from FC to get a life, I was unsubscribing > because there was too much life. Of course, while being > unsubscribed, I found that there were other things demanding my > attention. Life does that to you. It constantly needs your attention. > Its weird I have moved myself into an enforced isolation , by choosing to leave my job and work contracts and from home. I now use the list a s aform of external contact , a means of pulling in inspiration. My social circle has shrank somewhat recently , down to the Drum an hour before time , and some heads down reading and learning Perl5/Java/C++ during the day.No work , money running out, and Guinness putting on the pounds. >I think that pretty much says it all. I ended my sign off message with >a list of things that I would spend my time on instead of FC. This >list included: > > Family and friends > > Work (hacking free software at Signum Support AB) > > Hacking and Computing Knowledge (HACK) > > MGR Window System > > FITS, Forth Incompatible Timesharing System > > Spunk Press > > Network family values anthology > > LETS, Local Employment and Trading System > >Some of these things have actually been given some of my time, but >most of them haven't developed in the directions I had in mind. Now, [113 lines left ... full text available at <url:http://www.reference.com/cgi-bin/pn/go?choice=message&table=05_1997&mid=3029132&hilit=CULTURE+FUTURE> ] -------------------------------- Article-ID: 05_1997&2991564 Score: 80 Subject: Ethical subjectivism- Not.