As the 21st century begins, one of the most important debates will center on the role of the Courts in American polity.
Editor’s note: The recent debate dealing with Terry Schiavo and the issue of assisted suicide hides a deeper debate, a debate that deals with the direction of our society.
It's 2005. What role does prayer play in your life? How and why do you do it?
A bit of Easter humor....
On March 24th the most powerful handheld device ever conceived was launched. But does anyone know about it?
Have you been following the explosion of RSS -- Really Simple Syndication -- activity online? Seems this new method of "getting the word out" is picking up steam.
Artists everywhere want to have their work displayed in a grand scale. Here's one way to do it.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for March 26, 2005
Every month, I read many music magazines. Several of them have sampler CDs that have both known and lesser-known artists. There’s nothing like the sense of discovery you feel when you stumble across a great song, for the first time. This column covers my sense of discovery of the tracks that made a strong impression on me.
The countdown is on for the Cream reunion concerts at Royal Albert Hall, London on May 2, 3, 5 and 6, 2005. Cream was (and will be again for 4 nights) a trio; Jack Bruce on bass and vocal, Eric Clapton on guitar and vocal, and Ginger Baker on drums. They were the first to exploit, on a large scale, the possibilities of what is now called the power-trio format. Their hugely amplified blues-rock also provided the template for heavy metal; early metal pioneers like the power-trio Blue Cheer and power-trio-with-vocalist titans like Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin owe debt to Cream. The only contemporary power trio one could mention in the same breath would have been the Jimi Hendrix Experience. I'll leave it to others to argue about which trio was more influential and important; there's a lot to argue.
Cecil De Mille combined showmanship, debauchery and reverence in many of his biblical features.
Capt. Quincey: Apaches don't leave tracks unless they got a reason.
40 hour work week: "A dagger blow by vindictive capitalists into the heart of the working class"
Who's responsible for Terri Schaivo's slow starvation? The very people who would like to save her.
Insurgents "seek exit strategy"...
Nuggets for the scrapbook: wistful zingers on the theme of war and a sense of ineffable waste (and failed drives)
The Science of Kabbalah, a revolutionary work that is unmatched in its clarity, depth, and appeal to the intellect, will enable readers to approach the
I would recommend this book highly to web designers and developers interested in picking up a great reference to keep on hand for ongoing reference.