Having some more pork mince tubes and wondering if it's worth thinking about 'trappings,' I must remind myself what I said about testing three times.
If we can't get to the edges, we need to start in the middle.
There's not much to do if we work outwards from what's already in the middle, and that way also brings about the idea which some follow that involves large amounts of what we're fain to call, mammon. Watching this grow is the reason we call it that. This is another kind of Epic that none can call bad.
The period of time that's elapsed since the habit began of throwing pictures together that were effectively in the public domain, with a caption that most often just said, 'look at us,' just so happens to bring me back to a question that occurred to me about sharing my experiences. Back a few years from there, an attempt a rekindling a friendship showed me what happens when we don't have what it takes to just go up to her and ask her out.
This is silly, but it at least brings us back to what the internet was, then.
The move away from 'print' started with what appeared to be a matter of giving a person a job. But that person simply handed the tasks to someone else, who was already doing another kind of digitizing. There's no 'admitting fault' in such a situation: just what would bring people to think that they aught to give a job to someone, whose job is that of managing?
Yeah, your children need to see you for what you are. They've been looking everywhere else for a denial of common sense shrouded by the belief that logic is its enemy.