Sericulturalist and horticulturalist, mad scientist and earth oven baker.
Travel the world of exotic fibers without leaving your spinning wheel. From former Soviet Central Asia to a tiny island off the coast of Washington in the U.S. Pacific northwest, follow your ears to a world of communion and imagination. If you cherish fiber arts and the animals that make them possible, this is a journey for you.
I have been listening to the NYT audio digest for more than two weeks. In brief, this service is a chopped-up, incomplete version of the daily newspaper. While it is unrealistic to deliver entire stories, the editors have a certain "expertise" of stopping a story in the middle of a significant point. This "leave you hanging" approach forces you to choose between two options: Buy a copy of the newspaper to finish the point or cancel the audio digest. I'm canceling the audio digest. In contrast, the WSJ audio digest is a significant improvement in the delivery of the audio format (political point of view not withstanding.)