There are an endless array of future specters to haunt us, when those of the past don’t spook us enough. But which ones are worth listening to, and which ones are minor spirits, or mere distractions?
Archives for January 2015
Science is not just a body of knowledge. It is a way of learning about and understanding our world. It’s a great way to learn about and understand our dogs too. If we approach our training with some understanding and a consistent approach, the results can be amazing. And don’t we owe that much to our dogs?
Je Suis Charlie !
Je Suis Charlie !
the voices merge and pour out
into the air, stoned and still,
wanting the warmth of breath.
Whether by a human artifact which survives the centuries, or the spectacular powers of Mother Nature, we are all forever connected to the universe.
Running happens in my dreams these days more often than it does on the streets. Maybe that can change. We will see. I’ll let you know.
Technology is playing an increasingly large role in the medical industry, and it’s driving demand for health IT professionals throughout the world. There is also mounting evidence that telemedicine (and having health IT specialists more readily available throughout the world) could improve global disaster response efforts.
Many years ago, when I was in my 20’s, I decided to make some of the Christmas presents I would give to my family. This year, I decided to revisit some of that fun and use my configurable mold to create some concrete gifts for friends and family.
As a trained musician and passionate artist I feel incredibly fortunate that I have been able to combine my two worlds. On the one hand, music provides a seemingly endless resource of inspirational content and painting is the perfect channel for my discovery therein.
As expected on a ship of this quality, all our meals were excellent. In Europa 2’s Japanese restaurant, Sakura, we enjoyed Sushi and giant tempura shrimp (who knew a German ship could produce such excellent sushi?).
TELEVISION PIONEER’S NOTEBOOK
Bob E. Harris is the name.
Television is my game.
And a fascinating one it has been for the past 67 years. I entered the field in 1948, the same year that Milton Berle, comedian, and Ed Sullivan, Broadway columnist, did.