Adam Randolph is an English teacher and minor league environmentalist (he does the best he can) who lives in Japan and Hawaii. He experienced the 60's and can still remember half of what happened back then. He's totally and completely perplexed, though, here in the 21st century. Due to the fact that his thoughts are forever locked in analogue, functioning in this digital brave new world has forced him into a semi reclusive life. Wondering what to do, he endeavored to write a book. After yelling at and shaking his fist at his disloyal Hal 9000 computer for a year, that book was finally cobbled together and published. But, in late 2012 he looked at the book he'd written, I'm Just Beginning to See, and saw that it needed to be rewritten. (And he learned to mind his commas better.) Adam Randolph is now winding down his English teaching and winding up his environmentalism and, so, will be writing another book: The Brave Bird of Jizo Pond: A True Story.