Practical, conversational techniques to set up a functional home network.
A romantic fantasy featuring a young woman whose reprieve from execution is to become a royal food taster.
You expect a lot from a management book by Jack Welch, who ran GE for over 20 years.
Doing something because you love to do it is sometimes not the best reason, but in this case it will have to suffice.
I have read that 50% of all non-fiction books are ghostwritten.
Starting his career in Harlem's Cotton Club during the roaring 20’s, Duke Ellington developed the style that made him the jazz “Mozart”, an American genius who brought depth to Jazz.
Neon and Ruin is Slender Means' debut album, though you'd never guess it while listening.
At age 69, Buddy Guy can still get the job done.
An eclectic maelstrom of sounds, voices, and samples. Laugh, tap your foot, cry, or fear for my mental stability.
October 9, 1940 is John Lennon's birthday which means he would be turning 65 this year and it's 25 years since his death.
Sex Pistols, Monkees, Kid Rock, Puff Daddy and Fleetwood Mac - my "top" five.
You have GOT to be kidding. Tell me who I left off this list?
Or: Wikipedia Takes Us Full Circle
A trial attorney's account of a day out of the office with her Palm Treo 650.
Brilliant acting in even brighter script about the dark and cowering terror that seems to haunt the math genius gene.
Police Brutality, Plenty Sleaze and The New Flick From Rob Zombie.
Carnival of Souls (1962) gets a Pad Thai Rating from a Salt Lake City boy and Horror Loving Fans!
Movies-Squared: review a film out in theaters against a related film out on DVD... declare a winner...
Skeleton Key doesn't try to do too much, and what it does, it does damn well. That's its greatest strength.
You can't win if you don't enter!
"I am a leaf in the wind, watch me soar." Well not so much
See this film, and restore your faith in good ol' character-driven SF. You won't regret it.
A testament to the talents of the cast and crew that children still find it entertaining 30 years later.
Is your glass half empty, half full, or bottomless?
The hands- black or white and whose are they?
Want to see Arnold Schwarzenegger and his corporate cronies flip-flop faster than John Kerry at a gay marriage rally?
Are we picking Supreme Court justices or the Dalai Lama?
Harriet Miers once told David Frum "that the president was the most brilliant man she had ever met."
Read TIME magazine's coverage of Reagan's announcement that Sandra Day O'Connor was his pick for the Supreme Court.
We obviously can't tell on October 3, 2005 how the Miers nomination will play out, but if the early bird gets the worm, her backers are off to a good start.
The appointment of White House Counsel Harriet Miers will undoubtedly raise eyebrows.
The question is, why should Canada continue to live up to its ends of the agreement?
One of my wife’s nursing home patients just lost his son, who was serving in Iraq.
Since 2002, there has been no year passed without bombings in Indonesia.
Why Hillary in the White House is bad for America. And no, it's not what you might think.
Housing markets vary nationwide, some showing slowing signs, some not. None have burst like a bubble.
The toast of the town. The belle of the ball. The frogs turned princes. Your 9/24/2005 Editoooor's Picks.
Jono joins the crew for a far-flung wandering through alternative medicine, ghosts, melatonin, and what homeschool mommies do to good books. Plus, gravesites, hay, and National Geographic Magazine.
On being evacuated in Los Angeles with zero notice in the middle of the night.
Dick Bakken at home in Bisbee, Arizona on June 26, 1989, anniversary of Custer’s 7th Cavalry discovered massacred.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 03, 2005
A complete team effort for this first Blogcritics Podcast. It feels good. Be part of the next one.
So much wisdom in so few words. Sheehan sniffs, Einstein exults, King puts Matthews in his place.
Lassie as chum...