TECHNICOLOR DREAMS AND GENETIC NIGHTMARES – BY TOM CURLEY

A few weeks ago my old friend Ben Taylor sent me a very interesting link to a story about archiving technologies . The story was about how all of our storage media eventually degrades. Film, tape, CDs, DVDs, flash drives, and so on all decay over time. Technicolor, the company that makes films so, technically colorful, … Continue reading TECHNICOLOR DREAMS AND GENETIC NIGHTMARES – BY TOM CURLEY

PROCASTINATION – IT’S EARLIER WHEN YOU THINK

Procrastination? It's not procrastination. Uh uh. It's enjoying the freedom of unharnessed time. For long years, I too was scheduled. Always short of time, but never late. Never missed a deadline. Always left the house early in case I encountered traffic. I used up my time making sure to have enough time. But time is … Continue reading PROCASTINATION – IT’S EARLIER WHEN YOU THINK

AMERICA FROM THE SLOW LANE

DISCOVER CHALLENGE: OBSTACLES  Surviving slow drivers on life's long highway I've read many stories in which authors wax poetic about the good old days when travel happened at a more gentle pace. Long journeys by narrow roads through quaint towns past farms, field, and woods. No super highways with steel and chrome food courts to mar the beauty of … Continue reading AMERICA FROM THE SLOW LANE