The publicity around the developer release of Google Glass is conjuring up questions about how much connectivity is “too much”. This hits the Boomer crowd in a number of places. There are the more-geeky, tech savvy who were in their 30s when the Internet began making us constantly “connected” and “always on”. With [&hellip...Read More
The larger our community, the more powerful we become. Just like networks in general, the value of the network and possibilities for it increase with the size of the network. Increases in size open up the possibilities for collaborative knowledge as the experiences of the participants emerge in increased contributions by its members. This has [&hellip...Read More
Roger Ebert died last week, the very next day after I saw a report about some recurrence of his cancer. Didn’t expect it quite so soon. He’ll be missed. His writing and activity since his facial surgeries has been an inspiration, and his prolific work telling us about the movies for the past 40 years [&hellip...Read More
This week marks the start of another Major League Baseball season. It is my 48th, if you count the 1966 season which I joined “in progress” during the summer, at the age of 10. I’ve been to three opening days, all in Cincinnati where I lived at the time. The first was in 1987, at [&hellip...Read More
With the NCAA Tournament beginning this week, I am often given to remembering some of the highlights; the games that I have seen at various places throughout my past. My memories begin in 1971, when our family had just moved to Western Kentucky, and that happened to coincide with the year that Western Kentucky University [&hellip...Read More
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