Category: Terry Anker

Opinion: Never-ending firsts

Commentary by Terry Anker Firsts. Premiers. The maiden voyage. We all have them. Yet, as we age, it may seem as if they become fewer. But do they ever go away? Along life’s journey,...

Opinion: Kindle by its cover

Commentary by Terry Anker We might know spine. Certainly, we’ve learned the definition for cover. But what is the fore edge, hinge and free endpaper. Our lexicon must include hand-stitched, end-stained and hardbound. While...

Opinion: Finding blind spots

Commentary by Terry Anker In any single day, we share thousands of words. We talk them. We type them. We write them – in block letters and cursive. We use these words to communicate,...

Opinion: Outdoor cooking

Commentary by Terry Anker It must be summer because we are cooking outside! What is it about longer, warmer days that urges us to move from the comfortable confines of our cozy kitchens to...

Opinion: Sinking costs

Commentary by Terry Anker In for a penny, in for a pound is a cliché originally intended to point to the equivalency of punishment under early English rule. It held that failure to repay...

Opinion: Edit-orialize

Commentary by Terry Anker Modern word processing makes counting pages and words easy and uncomplicated.  At the bottom of this very page as it is being typed, Bill Gates has inserted a handy counter...

Opinion: Decisions, decisions

Commentary by Terry Anker It is inevitable. Eventually, we are asked to describe what we do. Sometimes, the question comes from a stranger sitting next to us on a plane. Sometimes, it comes from...