My “curriculum vitae,” the academic world’s Latin term for “resume,” is — as is everyone’s — a work in progress. I like the Latin phrase, first, because it’s not the homograph that “resume” is, but more because it literally reflects the work-in-progress aspect of one’s life: “Course of one’s life” suggests that only when finished (at death) does the course cease. Anyway, click the thumbnail below to see the most recent snapshot of my location along that course.