We're moving our office after twenty years in the same place, which means going through piles and shelves and drawers. Today, I sat on the floor sorting and tossing. And then there was a Keith Haring notecard, a figure carrying a large arrow up stairs. Who was this from? I didn't remember it at all.
20 July --
Jessica and Jeffrey,
Thanks for you letter of 13 July. I am thrilled that the book is doing so well--and have chortled as I've read the big-league reviews from hither and thither.
I'm, of course, delighted for the two of you; but mostly because [?] our ideas which need to be on the front burner.
I would like to see the Mac version of the software.
I'd also love for us to visit. This summer however, and not per plan, [we] are in Palo Alto; we'll be back in VT around Labor day -- and I trust we can get together at some point after that.
Who was Tom? I didn't recognize the handwriting or have any memory of receiving it. But we'd kept the envelope with its unmistakable address: T. Peters, 555 Hamilton, Palo Alto, CA 94301.
In fact, we've never met in person or even talked on the phone. But he helped us a whole huge lot when The TeamNet Factor came out in 1993, writing a syndicated column endorsing it and giving us this blurb: "