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Life, the universe and my circumstances permitting.
What the "something" is depends on what's caught my interest during the week, and which of my projects are ready for release.
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I was born in 1951. I'm a husband, father and grandfather. One of the kids graduated from college in December, 2008, and is helping her husband run businesses and raise my granddaughter; another is a cartoonist and artist; #3 daughter is a writer; my son is developing a digital game with #3 and #1 daughters. I'm also a writer and artist.
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Tag Archives: technology
One way or another, energy is in the headlines nearly every day. But I won’t be talking about the latest energy crisis, shortage or agreement. Instead, I’ll be looking at developments in fusion power from a few months — and … Continue reading
(From Wikipedia, used w/o permission.) From 1803 to 1806, Napoleon Bonaparte was defending France from the United Kingdom, the Holy Roman Empire, the Russian Empire, Naples, Sicily and Sweden. Or being thwarted in his dreams of conquest. At any rate, … Continue reading
I spent most of this week on a voyage of discovery — nifty metaphor, that — which ended with A Catholic Citizen in America finally complying with Electronic Frontier Foundation’s dream of personal freedoms and online civil liberties. In other … Continue reading
(From Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago; used w/o permission.) That’s the great hall in Colleen Moore’s Fairy Castle, a 13-room dollhouse in Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry. The museum’s online exhibit page for the great hall opens with … Continue reading