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January 2005

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

"Watch for Falling Rock"


Tuesday, January 04, 2005



Monday, January 03, 2005

First Monday of the Year

Today, since my office is still closed for the holidays, I am at home. I have all the tree house windows open and a fan on. The thermometer on my balcony reads mid-70's, and inside it's 78.2 degrees F. Balmy weather for January, to be sure.


Friday, December 31, 2004

So Long, 2004

Wow, it's over. This is the last day of the year. And, what a year.

Here's what I did:
  1. Moved twice.
  2. Filed for divorce.
  3. Rediscovered dating.
  4. Found a kindred spirit.
  5. Published some stories.
  6. A lot of other significant things too private to list here.

So, what did you do this year?

And, if you're reading this in 2005, Happy New Year!


Tuesday, December 28, 2004


What a job. Makes my hands sweat just looking at it.


Monday, December 27, 2004

Not Since Krakatoa...

From the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation's website:

Thank you for your concern about my safety in the wake of Sunday's devastating tidal wave.

I am enormously relieved that my family and household have escaped the ravages of the sea that suddenly invaded most parts of coastal Sri Lanka, leaving a trail of destruction.

But many others were not so fortunate. For hundreds of thousands of Sri Lankans and an unknown number of foreign tourists, the day after Christmas turned out to be a living nightmare reminiscent of The Day After Tomorrow.

Among those affected are my staff based at our diving station in Hikkaduwa and holiday bungalow in Kahawa -- both beachfront properties located in areas worst hit. We still don't know the fully extent of damage as both roads and phones have been damaged. Early reports indicate that we have lost most of our diving equipment and boats. Not all our staff members are accounted for -- yet.

This is indeed a disaster of unprecedented magnitude for Sri Lanka which lacks the resources and capacity to cope with the aftermath. We are all trying to contribute to the relief efforts. We shall keep you informed as we learn more about what happened.

Curiously enough, in my first book on Sri Lanka, I had written about another tidal wave reaching the Galle harbour (see Chapter 8 in The Reefs of Taprobane, 1957). That happened in August 1883, following the eruption of Krakatoa in roughly the same part of the Indian Ocean.

Arthur Clarke
27 December 2004

Here's all my good karma and prayers going out to those affected by this natural catastrophe.


Saturday, December 25, 2004

Merry Christmas 2004

And so this is Christmas
For weak and for strong
For rich and the poor ones
The road is so long
And so happy Christmas
For black and for white
For yellow and red ones
Let's stop all the fight

Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
John Lennon

As relevant today as it was in 1971.
Merry Christmas, my friends.


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