Reading’s Future

Behind, somewhat, on working my way through my reading pile, I came across an iPad article from the April 5th Newsweek, “What’s So Great About The iPad?” (Anna Quindlen). I’ve been fond of her writing for awhile, so this was a must read, especially considering the synergy between writer and the subject. She isn’t as Read More …

Flower

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NYTimes: Seven Children Killed in School Attack in China

Yet again, another frightening attack on children. The NYTimes does a good job here exploring some if the possible causes of this string of attacks. Questions are raised, though some of the hypothesis are simplistic. It will be telling if the Chinese government finally decides to deal with the issue versus simply hiding it. From Read More …

Drill-Baby-Drill

.flickr-photo { border: solid 2px #000000; }.flickr-yourcomment { }.flickr-frame { text-align: left; padding: 3px; }.flickr-caption { font-size: 0.8em; margin-top: 0px; } Drill-Baby-Drill, originally uploaded by carl.setzer. Needed to fix a stupid typo. “Drill Baby Brill” indeed! I are a colledge graduit?

Food

I’ve been exploring MyNetDiary.com’s offerings. Particularly their iPhone app. Though not surprised by the number of calories I consume, I am stunned by the amount of fat and just blown away by the amount of sodium. Eating fewer calories won’t be the real challenge. Getting my sodium intake to a healthy level, though, will require Read More …