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Person of Interest has been one of my favorite TV shows since the first episode. It started out as a “procedural with a difference”, a high concept series of tales of a mysterious “Machine”, a computer that spits out the … Continue reading
Having lived in here for the last 32 or 33 years, I am already well aware that Indiana is weird. Politically, socially, culturally– Indiana is a strange state, particularly compared to the rest of the US Midwest. But I never … Continue reading
The electrifying combination of a new computer and new photo management software* means a chance to look at some of the photographs that have been accumulating around the studio over the last few months. So here’s a shot of the … Continue reading
Work work work. Ink cough ink cough repeat. It’s the perfect day for podcasts, especially non fiction ones. My current favorite is 99 Percent Invisible, which is about design. When you think about it, that’s a pretty wide subject. Over … Continue reading
I wish I’d written the title of this post, but I didn’t. It’s actually the title of today’s post on one of my favorite blogs, Twilight Beasts. This blog is dedicated to the wonderful animals of the Pleistocene, and … Continue reading
Craig Ferguson, Star Plaza Theater, Merrillville Indiana, 5/29/15 Fans of the late, lamented, Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson may want to catch a glimpse of the great comic on stage as his latest tour “Hot and Grumpy: Walking the … Continue reading
I confess that I was never a huge fan of Mad Max. I know I saw the first one ( it had young Mel Gibson and a blue heeler), and I vaguely remember at least bits of the one with Tina … Continue reading
Want to read a good book about photography? For free? On the internet? At no cost to you? Then check out Why My Photographs are Bad by Charles M Taylor here on Google Books. This book has the best title … Continue reading
At this festive time of year it’s fair to assume that most of our readers will have a bit more spare time than usual over the next week or two. Furthermore, more than a few of you will get those … Continue reading