I hate to break the stereo-type but I'm a techie and I've read Zen and
the Art 3 times, getting more out of it each time. I agree with you
that it is a good catalyst towards understanding humanities'
interactions with technology, which is something all of us struggle with
while we do our work.
On the subject of work, I'm in the process of changing my employment
again (no moss on this stone). I've taken a job with St. Albans school
district, being a techie for two of their schools and the district
office. I'm just finishing my time working for Intuit here in Tucson,
then a few days to pack things up here and fly back to frigid New
England, then I start at Franklin Central on 2/11.
Anyone up for pizza anytime soon?