Day five of no voice. This sucks. As someone who relies on his voice and furthermore loves the sound of it (so I’ve been told), this is doubly bad. The best analogy I’ve heard so far is “like seeing Fred … Continue reading
An unpleasant side effect to a nasty cold I had this weekend, I was barely able to speak yesterday and the day before (welcome relief to some I’m sure). Luckily I live in 2014 and rarely need to actually speak to anyone … Continue reading
I spent the day today in Clear Brook, Virginia, a little town west of here tantalizingly close to the West Virginia border. Today was my wife’s company’s family picnic day, and for the first time we got to bring our … Continue reading
Today I got to take a group of young historians to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, one of those places on the short list of “famous” American small towns. Harpers Ferry really has a lot going for it: history, nature, … Continue reading
Ask anyone east of Greenland and today is the anniversary of man’s first moonwalk. Or is it a man’s first moonwalk? I never get those straight. One wonders why, 45 years after the first moon landing and 42 years after the last … Continue reading
Woods, Furyk… McIlroy. Rory McIlroy went to a golf tournament and woke up in 1997. Nice.
I’ll admit Monday’s home run derby left a bit to be desired. Too long, too confusing. But last night’s game made up for it and then some. And the Captain… two for two… what a showman. Next up… British Open! … Continue reading
Home run derby. Match play? I’m in. Honestly I can’t believe it took them this long to come up with it. Selig does it again.
If you missed CNN’s The Sixties last night you missed a good one. Yesterday’s episode offered a pretty hip look at the British Invasion. At only an hour obviously a few things are missed, but I was pleasantly surprised with what was … Continue reading
http://www.cnn.com/2014/07/07/tech/mobile/reservation-hop-app-controversy/ I’m pretty sure I love just about everything this app entails. Selling restaurant reservations for cash? That’s brilliant. Why did it take until 2014 for this to occur? Okay, there’s a potential issue of fraud here, given that some … Continue reading