It’s cold now in Zimbabwe and I’m wearing a hat with big “USA” letters written on it. I won it in a week long Sudoku challenge, a game I had never played before. It’s something to be proud of, I know, but it almost feels like a painful consolation for larger, missed opportunities.
On my lap is my nine month old baby, Dwayne. I’m reading to him. A book called, Quantum Computing for Babies. If it looks like Dwayne is enjoying the colors, words and shapes in between the covers, don’t be fooled, he really just wants to eat the pages…Read More