Month: July 2011
With the women’s World Cup championship match about to begin in Frankfurt, Germany, I find myself thinking there will be no losers today. I’d love to see the U.S. win, but there’s no way I can root against Japan. After… Read More ›
Have you ever heard of a moonbow? I hadn’t until today. Rainbows at night, in bright moonlight, forming in the mist of Yosemite’s falls. National parks truly are national treasures.
Microsoft is making big plans to challenge Apple’s burgeoning number of retail outlets across the country. To announce the company’s plans, COO Kevin Turner presented a slide show at the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference. Personally, I think if Microsoft expects… Read More ›
Whatever respect I might have had for the TSA, whatever leeway I might have accorded them in the interest of security, is gone. Long gone. While Washington wrangles over the debt ceiling, the budget, cost cutting, etc., they should consider… Read More ›