In the new book “The Information Diet: A Case for Conscious Consumption” Clay Johnson illustrates with his use of many credible examples that “just as junk food can lead to obesity, junk information can lead to new forms of ignorance.”
Euclid Joseph Peltier, affectionately known as “Ed,” was honored at a most inspiring memorial service a few days back.
I started yawning somewhat uncontrollably the year that “Chariots of Fire” took the gold.
With a new chapter unfolding here in the chill of January, we spend short moments reflecting on those voices lost to us, a somewhat sad annual ritual.
What is dumber than a local school principal banning the mere mention of Santa from a second grade “holiday” party?
In the “so what is this world coming to?” department, we have reached yet another tipping point.
Winter is setting in as thoughts turn to getting away from it all. Highly understandable.
With the first snow arriving, a perennial event certain to wreak havoc on local roadways, today’s column offers a flurry of thoughts inspired by winter doldrums ahead…
So Andy Rooney finally said enough and will no longer wax poetically about detergent box claims, overstuffed glove compartments or how fruits got their names.
A poem by Jordan Rich…