The New York Times presents a fascinating interactive graphic showing what people do all day: How Different Groups Spend Their Day
I found the differences between men and women interesting, and also the different shifts worked by whites, blacks, and Latinos.
Many nights I am among the 1% who are reading or surfing the Internet at 1:00am. This is not so good.
Fascinating article on how Netflix processes and mails all those disks in all those little red envelopes.
It is almost enough to make me make the time to watch movies.
So I have until noon to decide if I will spend the weekend of Sep 11-13 at the Wooden Boat Festival in Port Townsend Washington, camping solo, or at home with Saturday spent at the Delaware River TSCA messabout with friends and family.
Leaning toward friends and family, even though it is going to be a long time before the company will fly me to Seattle on the week next to the festival.
EDIT - and Union Lake wins