Here's an awesome video that conveys the power of the web as a communication tool:
This clip was produced by Michael Wesch of the Kansas State University anthropology department. I found it via blogarsay, though I suspect it's been making the rounds. (I'm very out-of-touch with the blogosphere lately.)
Speaking of the Proffitt-Smiths: Happy birthday, Mackenzie! Mac is 33. He's getting old.
I'm having a hell of a time deciding what to pick for book group. I need to announce my selection on Saturday morning. We're discussing Undaunted Courage, which is, in part, about the Lewis and Clark expedition. I love this real-life adventure stuff, and am fascinated by history. It would be great to find a similar book, but for the periods 1810-1850 or 1870-1900. (Note how I'm intentionally avoiding the Civil War.) I'm considering The Devil in the White City, but I'm afraid that maybe it's too strong for Lisa. Lonesome Dove is another possibility, but it's l-o-n-g. I know that Kris, Bernie, and I would finish it, but I don't know how many other members would. Any suggestions?
On this day at foldedspace.org
2006 — Good Night, and Good Luck. In which the film Good Night, and Good Luck. leads me to ponder about politics and world events and my policy of burying my head in the sand.
2005 — Superman is a Dick In which I share silly comic book covers.