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Book Review: Explorers of the Infinite by Maria Coffey

Coffey reveals the spiritual and paranormal experiences of extreme athletes. Read More »

Music Review: Various artists – Guitar Masters Vol. 1

Music to make even the masters jealous Read More »

Book Review: Adapting to Web Standards, CSS and Ajax for Big Sites

Practical advice on how to apply Web standards to HTML and XHTML, CSS, Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), and Web software applications. Read More »

Music Review: The Lance Armstrong Run Longer Coaching Mix

If you’re looking for something to spice up your interval training, it’s definitely worth checking out. Read More »

Zen V Plus MP3 Player Best In Its Price Range

The Zen V Plus, is the best MP3 player out there for under $200. Read More »

Movie Review: Pan’s Labyrinth

Del Toro is also an amazing image maker – the pictures he paints with every scene in the movie are beautiful – even the dark, scary ones. Read More »

Why I Only Read One Peter Mayle Book A Year

“You’ll read this in a couple of days, and it will make you want to drink wine and eat cheese while you're doing it,” she assured me. Read More »

Review: Sweet World Music Escapism

Beyond variable individual artistic merits, world music transports; all the better when presented in a well-balanced compilation. Read More »

Book Review: Sedaris’ Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim Is Wicked, Human

Sedaris’ essays are wicked and cutting and aimed at dysfunctional family dynamics so sharply that, were they not also so sweet and funny, I would wonder darkly at the message my beloved sibling might have been trying to send. Read More »

Book Review: Those Terrible Middle Ages &#8211 Renaissance Thinkers Promoted Canards About The Medieval Period

The idea the Middle Ages were an ignorant period between the Classical Age and Renaissance is a myth. Read More »