Finished Ulysses. I think I can understand why it can be said to have been the greatest English-language novel of the 20th century. A fun, but grueling ride. I suppose the next step up would be Finnegan's Wake, possibly the final boss of English literature. Anyway, I need some lighter reading material. Geoengineering of the Climate System, vol. 38 of the Royal Society of Chemistry's Issues in Environmental Science and Technology, edited by R.E. Hester and R.M. Harrison. Time to read on the real-life considerations behind carbon capture and sequestration, stratospheric sulfur aerosols, artificial trees, biochar, and other techniques.