MacMerc.com: Adobe Photoshop Tip: Comic Art Effect I’ve got to figure out how to get image files into this blog.
Sautéed Chicken With Green Olives and White Wine Time: 45 minutes 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 4 leg-thigh pieces chicken, cut in 2, or 8 thighs Salt and freshly ground black pepper 2 cups white wine 1 cup cracked green olives 1 lemon, thinly sliced, seeds removed 1/2 cup broken walnut pieces 1/4 cup … Read more
Failure Is Not an Option, It’s Mandatory. Thomas Frank asserts the failure of the proposed Federal Marriage Amendment was planned, to appeal to the conservative base, and to show the “control” of society by “liberal elites.” He’s got a plausible point.
Peter Heckman’s NZ wonderland: .Lomography 3.0~ / _homesDeLuxe
BladeForums.com Articles: Sharpening FAQ- The Fundementals of Sharpening, by Joe Talmadge Thanks to Sam Devore, Frontier guru who has saved my edublog bacon more than once, for the link.
Another Harper’s piece by Tony Hendra: Old Soldiers, honoring the remaining survivors of the International Brigades who fought against Franco and the fascists in the Spanish Civil War. .
This looks excellent: LED flashlight – LED-LENSER V16 Pen Size Micro Flashlight Ellen and I have started volunteering at the Fox Theatre (Allman Brothers in September…) and I need a nice flashlight for reading tickets. Ah, gadget justification. Now, I did buy the nice 2 x AAA squeezable flashlight with the nice Fox Theatre logo … Read more
Fifty-nine Deceits in Fahrenheit 911, Dave Kopel, Independence Institute meets MichaelMoore.com’s Factual Back-Up For Fahrenheit 9/11. Someone else will have to go through and compare these two. Me? I’m voting for John Kerry. I believe Bush has done a bad job and that Kerry will do better.
A few weeks ago I finishd Tony Hendra’s Father Joe: The Man Who Saved My Soul, his best-selling memoir focused on his relationship with a Benedictine monk who inspired and supported him through the key periods of his life. Hendra was a writer for the early National Lampoon, which started when I was in my … Read more
I’ve been accumulating drafts of links I want to remember, things I want to comment on, sites I want to explore but haven’t gone back to. So, some catch-up in the posts to come.