Archive for April 2nd, 2007
I often jump at the chance to report on new well-written articles regarding happiness, especially when they are based upon science rather than mere anecdotes. Last year, I started a subscription to Scientific American Mind It’s a well-written magazine that addresses lively and timely topics. Be February-March 2007 issue contains an article entitled “Why It’s [...]
I learned about tiny houses by reading the recent issue of Time Magazine, which featured 51 ideas for “making a difference” regarding global warming. Jay Shafer owns Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, which designs tiny inhabitable houses. His smallest model is a mind-cramping 40 square foot floorplan. On the other hand, the 240 sq foot models [...]
This video just goes to show you how vigorously the GOP is spinning our “success” in Iraq. Notice that McCain was wearing a bulletproof vest during his “stroll through the market.” He also brought 100 soldiers and five helicopters to protect him while he “walked freely” through the market.
I photographed this older orangutan yesterday at the St. Louis Zoo. He had moved slowly to this spot about 50 feet away from the glass, where he paused for several minutes and stared back at the humans who were staring at him. I was pondering whether this photo needed a caption, but I decided simply to post [...]