Tag Archives: changing times

The Cyborgs Are Coming! The Cyborgs Are Coming! And They Are Us

Time zones are theoretical. They are imaginary lines (usually dotted) drawn from the north to the south pole on most maps. If you cross over one of these spaces in our analog lives, your clock is supposed to reflect it … Continue reading

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The Problem With Chick-Fil-A: It’s Not Really What You Are Thinking, Sort of

Warning. If you plan to start a business, open a store, run a website, or practically do anything else in the known universe any time soon, listen up. The world in which you created your business is not the world … Continue reading

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Art Is Forever, Until Tomorrow

Many fans are once again upset with Director George Lucas. This is nothing new. It has been occurring for decades. The current round of rage focuses on Lucas’s changes to his sci-fi classic “Star Wars” for Blu-ray distribution. The movie … Continue reading

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Neil Young Was Wrong (Read a Book)

Neil Young’s 1979 proto-grunge rock tune “Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)” says that rock ‘n’ roll will never die. It makes me very sad to say Neil Young was wrong. Rest in peace, Rock ‘N’ Roll. Rock music … Continue reading

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Ernest Hemingway, Elephants, and E-Commerce

Ernest Hemingway is considered one of the greatest modern writers of the Twentieth Century. His prose has been accused of creating a whole new way to write novels, or a whole new way to ruin them. Either way, Papa Ernie … Continue reading

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