Taking a newspaper from Quark to InDesign is no a walk in the park. It can be done with minimal swearing however if you know what you are jumping into.
What goods might this Tuesday bring? Arnie and Uma, for two, plus cool vampires and sundry other delights.
A review of a New Orleans po'boy stuffed with roast beef and ham.
"Just A Geek" is a surprisingly good read about a Hollywood actor heeding the call to Trekkies, "Get A Life!". This book is especially appealing to readers who are neither geeks nor trekkies. And it's about a blog -- WWdN.
The Oxford American, that fine magazine of Southern writing, has again returned from the dead.
It has long been argued by Socialists that the moral reasoning behind the forced extraction of wealth from producers is the altruistic redistribution of that wealth for the greater good. Indeed, just over a month ago, Hillary Clinton was heard to utter the phrase "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." This has long been the mantra of those desiring control over members of society that are more talented and successful than themselves.
This morning started like all others seem to, as of late. I got up, stumbled to my computer, fired it up, and started checking headlines. But this peacefulness was not to last...
His USA Today editorial...