On October 27, I posted "Gold and silver keys," which linked William Wright's October 26 post "Stones and Keys: Run, boy, run!" Yesterday's post "Francis Bacon, papal keys, triple tiara, Denver Airport" juxtaposed the papal keys (traditionally gold and silver, but portrayed as brownish in that post's picture) with two locations in Colorado: Denver International Airport and Columbine High School.
Today I taught a private English lesson with the CEO of a cable manufacturer. As part of the lesson, we read and discussed this article, from a magazine my student subscribes to:
An additional sync is that William Wright's October 30 post "'Deadly Head Droned' and the Morley Hum Exterminator" included a photo of "gold and silver stereo adapters . . . they were sitting on my desk next to my computer last week as I was typing out my post on the gold and silver crossed keys." Mr. Wright says he took the photo more or less in spite of himself: "I told the [Sync] Fairies while I put them under evaluation that I wasn't going to take pictures, but this one was too good to pass up."
Notice that these adapters are next to a box with "Max" written on it. My student's English name begins with "Max." The company specializes in high-end audio cable, including many products made with gold and silver, and they also produce a variety of connectors and plugs: