Our Records, Our Digital History

From Evernote: Our Records, Our Digital History Interesting piece by TechDirt: http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20100909/20294910958.shtml Can crowd-sourcing work as an historical tool? Properly, I guess, the term should be historiography. Anyway, thinking of these films, disbursing them across society would greatly increase the likelihood of any one of them making the transitions to new media. Once digitized, transferring Read More …

Silly but fun photo

Silly but fun photo, originally uploaded by carl.setzer. Saw this wine bottle while shopping. Very clever piece of art. My attention was grabbed, but I didn’t buy it. Though I might research it and see if this something I would like. I guess the marketing is somewhat effective. Perhaps I’m a rarity. Someone who thinks Read More …

The Eleventh Day Of September

Today, acknowledging summer’s demise, I finally turned on the heat. Air chill, perhaps related to the gray, darkening sky. Or, perhaps, the turning of the seasons announced boldly; the date on the calendar be damned! I wonder, how cold was it, nine years ago, when the world went a bit chill? Well, perhaps not cold, Read More …