We apologize for our long absence. As we noted in the previous column our other paying jobs and life have gotten the best of us lately. To add insult to injury, we have been struggling with email deliverability.
We noticed that the amount of support email dropped off while our spam increased. What we did not discover until last week was that email to us was bouncing – most of it, anyway.
We are still trying to wrestle that one down, so in the interim, please use the following email address to contact us if you have an unresolved issue.
On a positive note, if you follow Steven on Facebook, you may have noticed that he set a New Years resolution to lose 35 pounds in the year. So far he’s lost 26 pounds, far out stripping his two month goal of being 10 pounds slimmer. His plan is pretty simple, track and limit calories (using an App on his phone) to 1550 per day. It’s been working well. Now if only he could figure out how to finish income taxes, get email fixed, and a dozen other tasks he would be in great shape.
There is a Total Lunar eclipse coming the morning of April 4th. Maximum is from 4:57 to 5:02 AM in California. That means it may be possible to get the moon in the shot near the horizon, but it will be at an altitude of 15 degrees. Getting the large moon effect at totality will be easier than the last eclipse, but still a bit of a challenge. See the previous column for some tips.