Eric Brad weighs in on a new breed of affordable Android based tablets about to be released in the market and the impact they will have on us all.
Archives for October 2010
In Australia’s Broken Hill region you can find the following inscription: “Some people come into our lives, leave footprints on our hearts and we are never, ever the same again.” You would be hard pressed to find a more humble epitaph to Australian mateship in a more fitting location.
Some people inferred from Egyptian art and tombs that oddly-shaped aliens had visited earth, or that artists had taken extreme artistic license, elongating bodies, distorting skulls and creating hunched figures. But George Burden points out there may be medical explanations of which the sophisticated ancient Egyptians were well aware.
Really not much to say here other than … beautiful! Enjoy!
Our traveller feels like she once stumbled through a closet and grew up in a world with talking beavers that’s ruled by an ice queen. And now, years later I’ve somehow been drawn back to my home planet — a child again, with my experiences in Narnia just a faded memory.
Tim Heintzman pays homage to his departed friend General Custer, a Golden Retriever who loved with no strings attached and taught the human who loved him the gift of humility.
When it comes to politics, Nathan Thompson is pretty convinced the majority of people would rather be seduced by a charismatic actor than select the person whose ideas best fit what the current situation calls for. But did Obama sign on for a theatre role or the presidency?
Kane Ryan shows up at every fundraising event for the Dirty Wall Project with two t-shirts and a blue jar. That seemingly innocuous blue jar contains all the hope and magic (and donations) that make a big difference to some of the world’s most impoverished people. As Kane prepares to head back to India, he gives a glimpse into what goes through his mind as he sets out on a very important mission.