I came across this interesting article on the use of little words, filler words. Computer analysis of language patterns, both spoken and written, reveals a lot about people.
The way we speak can be used … Continue reading
In July of 1969, a four-year-old boy was taken outside by his father. His father pointed up at the moon and told the little boy that for the first time ever, somebody was up there.
While my real-time memories of the Apollo program are blurred in the past and recorded … Continue reading
Here are some photographs from today’s partial solar eclipse. We weren’t able to drive up to Flagstaff to see the annular eclipse, so we settled for what we could see in our front yard. Not bad. This is the closest I’ve seen to totality.
The eclipse does make some interesting … Continue reading