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June 18, 2003

From the Ice Age to Modern Technological Times

Crazy how life slips on by, how things change from under us or even remain the same when we expect to find ourselves halfway around the world in a monastery studying the ancient arts of sand-sculpting. Or something.

I've gotten a job. It's my first real job, full-time, with benefits and everything. It's a little weird. So, big changes, but at the same time, I'm back where I left from--I'm working for UNAVCO in Boulder, Colorado, supporting science utilizing GPS. In fact, I've just gotten back from doing so in Louisiana.

But my real reason for writing this entry is to announce my arrival into the world of modern technology and convenience--I've gotten a cell phone.
I don't really have a home, at least not one with a land line, so I've given in to carrying around a contraption that will make me socially accessible after and around work hours. Hooray.

If you're reading this and are not on my list to which I am going to send my cell number, and know me and are on good terms with me and would like to have it, let me know and I will get it to you. Otherwise, hope you're all well, and if you need a mailing address, let me know.

Until next time,


beth

Posted by beth at June 18, 2003 7:08 AM

Comments

Can I have your cell phone number please?

Posted by: Aga at June 18, 2003 7:39 AM

Wow, Beth, cool, a real job!

Kelly and I ran into a colleague from Whitman, and we hope she'll be invited back to do a guest lecture and see old friends.

We move into our new house, which is a block from Jenny and Michaels' next weekend. Come visit B'ton sometime!

Good luck in the new gig, and keep blogging, it's very cool to keep up with you this way.

Kevin

Posted by: Kevin at July 18, 2003 10:12 AM