I’m still having layout problems — something is goofed up with my templates and I have not had time to sort it out. I’ve temporarily gone back to a default template without my changes while I sort out what broke.
Should be more together in a day or so.
Meanwhile, if you have a San Jose Mercury account, you can read a very shallow bit of an interview I did at PantheaCon:
The bit that’s actually relevant is:
…So what’s with the kilts? Turner said she likes “men in skirts,” but they have no great religious significance.
Karl Elvis MacRae of Saratoga, a software engineer for Apple Computer, was volunteering at a kilt stand. He’s not a pagan, he just likes kilts. “Men have worn un-bifurcated garments for thousands of years,” he said. The kilt offers freedom, especially when it’s hot out.
Why not just wear shorts?
“Not as much of a breeze in shorts,” he answered. And he sometimes wears it to work. “You know, it’s Apple.”