Learning to love Calibre

So much of my time recently has been (and will continue to be for the next several months, at least) spent learning and working with software that depends on an operating system I despise (Micro$oft Windows), that it comes as a welcome relief that I find myself learning Calibre, an e-book reader and management software program that will allow me to spend my time productively with my Debian laptop while enduring down-time in a less than optimal business environment.


Unconsciously muttering – I say:: … and you think.

Playing week 537 of the popular, long-running, word association meme. 🙂

I say :: … and you think.

  1. 537 :: … this means nothing to me.
  2. Horizon :: … “Our horizon is as distant as our mind’s eye wishes it to be.” quote on the retirement plaque UPS gave me.
  3. Episode :: … of ST:TOS, I’ve almost completed my rewatching of every episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
  4. Character :: … Lucile Ball, she was a character.
  5. Crossed :: … the border
  6. Shipping :: … UPS
  7. Jump :: … hop
  8. Bowling :: … ball
  9. Grumpy :: … one of Snow White’s dwarves
  10. Them :: … not us