Meet and Greet for today
Here is a link my post on the surprising way very different entities from microbes to elephants appear to obey the same mathematical law. The story does not stop there, even cities, companies and many other complex organisations appear to obey similar laws.
Went for a walk on the golden gate bridge today. I was a bit disturbed by the fact that so many people were wishing me merry Christmas in a somewhat concerned voice. In the middle of the bridge someplace I saw a guy wearing this jacket with an interesting message. A short distance away was […]
via The bridge — My Teaching-Learning
Hey all humans and bots and other forms of intelligence. I am one “follower” short of the magic number of 42. Who the lucky one is going to be ?
Yippie I have now hit the magic 42 mark.
As the webpage counts, “African and Proud” is the 42nd follower (Oh I wish nobody followed others (other than the purpose of wooing that is, that people were all friends, rather than “followers”). African, you appear to have visited all the posts, that is so sincere, the world is a better place thanks to people like you. Do comment on the blogs too because that is quite valuable.
If I don’t count myself as a follower (but I think I should, whatdaya say ?) than Jeny G J is the 42nd, since I like girls to be happy, I shall consider that too.
So Yay I have two 42nd followers, in two different ways. I have two different kinds of followers too, The e-mail ones are only 3. That is quite a challenge. The wordpress ones stand at 40, which is not too difficult to push to 42. Anyone ? ANYone ? or ANYtwo?
(To be continued)
To uninitiated, look up “The hitch-hikers guide to the galaxy” by Douglas Adams
So today morning I was gazing into the eyes of that toothless old goat Gigi and humming “you make me feel so young…”, Gigi gazed back affectionately into my eyes. We both were happy. I due to my newfound friends, she because I was feeding her brussels sprouts. Thanks James Carter for introducing me to Gigi and your beautiful gift of suitcase from the town dump. I really appreciate them both. Don’t anyone ever forget Neville Longbottom, he is the most courageous of all.