It's the beginning of cherry blossom time in Washington; trees are beginning to bloom all over.
TOTD: The Washington Post is compressing its already-pathetic business section, and will no longer run stock tables. This is not a big deal for me or most others who follow stocks, because we are used to looking them up online. My 88 year old father follows his stocks, though, and has never owned or wanted to own a personal computer. What's he supposed to do?
The answer is, I'm going to have to buy him a subscription to the Wall Street Journal.
Has any technological or other change just left you behind? Have you ever said, "Okay, that's it, I'm out" when a format change is made in your life?