Throughout history, people searched for a Fountain of Youth. They looked high and they looked low. Sensible, lucid people like Alexander the Great (356 -- 323 B.C.), Prester John (12th century A.D.), and Ponce de León (1460 -- 1521). They weren’t all hucksters and lunatics. Five hundred years later we're still chasing the fantasy, but … Continue reading : finding the fountain of youth :
I swear. It is not a red herring and I'm not trying to pull a fast one. Promise. But why should you believe me after that unfortunate incident on Friday? Well, you probably shouldn’t, in my honest opinion. Not after I shot off the notification of a new post ... when there was no new … Continue reading : this is a real, honest-to-goodness post :
Do you remember the post, please put down the ketchup? Did you like it? Enough to vote for it in the transatlantic diablog awards? I did, but that's just me. If you'd like to get in on the voting, too, you can cast your ballot here. For me, publikworks, or the nominee of your choice. … Continue reading : a vote for ketchup :
In light of recent shenanigans in DC, specifically those concerning the unfortunately named Mr. Weiner, perhaps now is a good time to brush up on the dangers of electronic data. Too many people are committing too much information to the Internet. None of us know as much as we should about the technology we use. … Continue reading Please Step Away From the “Send” Button: A Refresher.