On of my loudest and most obnoxious klaxon wails is about the fragility of digital media…not just movies, but text, photos, research, etc. If we don’t fix it onto some tangible, archival medium, much of the history of our civilization … Continue reading
History. On January 26, 1975, the United States witnessed something it had never seen before: a nationally televised women’s basketball game. The visitors were the Mighty Macs from Immaculata versus the Terrapins of Maryland. Immaculata came in as the three-time AIAW Division-I champions. Continue reading
As has oft been said: the difference between good fiction and real life is that good fiction has to make sense. squid314: Stuff.
I’ve long been advocating stuff like this. It’s small, but it’s a start. Unlocking the box that holds the secret to digital preservation.
The rage is mostly about the fear of changing demographics. Op-Ed Columnist – The Rage Is Not About Health Care – NYTimes.com.
You can’t claim the author didn’t cite enough references. True, the dems still have Howard Dean, but still…geesh! An open letter to conservatives | AmericanDad’s Blog.
Discussion between Bill Moyers and Thomas Frank. Sort of like listening to a liberal version of Fox News. Still, some very valid points are made. Bill Moyers Journal . Watch & Listen | PBS.
This really clears up a lot of things for me. YouTube – Beatles 3000.
You’ve read The Connor Wars Episode 17 “Of Course You Realize”, now hear from the writer. I dare ya. Continue reading
You’ve read The Connor Wars Episode 16 “We Know Why”, now hear from the writer. I dare ya. Continue reading
You’ve read The Connor Wars Episode 15 “Standing on Melting Ice”, now hear from the writer. I dare ya. Continue reading
You’ve read The Connor Wars Episode 14 “That Stands For Pool”, now hear from the writer. I dare ya. Continue reading
I’m not a big Obama supporter. I haven’t been from the start. But tonight, when the country spoke with a loud voice that they not only wanted change, but they wanted a black man to lead them…I’m not ashamed to tell you that tears streamed down my face. Continue reading
As with the weather, many people complain about the state of education but don’t really offer up suggestions for changing it. Here’s one proposal to overhaul the current system. Continue reading
I think I’ve been pretty lucky to have had good friends for a very long time. I’ve moved thousands of miles/kilometers several times in my life, and yet I still stay in touch with the people I’ve met along the way. While we might not be part of each other’s daily lives any more, we are most certainly threads in the fabric of each other’s tapestry. Continue reading