Some stories, films end so neatly, clearly understandable, leaving me not much to wonder. Others are so dense, artsy, deep, complex, that I'm left stunned, shrug, and move on. Between these two sides of a canyon, is a valley where the story does not wrap so neatly, but leaves the brain ...

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Yes, our American fascination with our gas churning cars may be a tad vulgar. But they are engrained in our culture. Leave it to my Iranian born American raised blogging friend Jabiz, now living in Singapore, to inspire this post with his A History of Cars. If you read between the ...

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Attribution is a FBW (Frequently Blogged Word) around here. I've had some back if the brain pondering about how to extend my Flickr CC Attribution Helper to work with images from other CC licensed image collections that have a JavaScript API available (I am thinking of Pixabay, DeviantArt, and ...

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This is how it ends. DDoS attacks are hitting the internet that network that was supposed to be designed to withstand attack. Twitter, GitHub, are down, many other sites are fine (like this one). I sit here alone, contemplating a life of work based on the internet. Options... ? Top / Featured Image flickr photo ...

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Can you really say thank you or express gratitude too much? I don't think so, but then when you are on the receiving end, why does it feel so startling groovy? Prepare yourself for blog post number 343 on Attributing is a Good Thing. Yesterday, among the jetsam and flotsam of email, ...

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As an alternative to the myopic sounds of news on the radio these days, I'm turning up the amount of podcast listening when I have more than 30 driving. One show I have been really enjoying is Song Exploder: Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians take apart their songs, and ...

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The last time I was home for a Presidential Election was 1996, when the other Clinton won. Oh I definitely voted in every election by mail-in ballot. Let's peel those elections off... Oh another candidate for the 2000 President In 2000, I was in the third leg of my 6 month ...

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Editors Note: This blog has a strict policy agains guest posts, but sometimes you have to relax the rules. My pal Bob stopped by unexpectedly and rather made himself at home. He wrote this. Heya. This here Arizona scenery is more spectacular than Alan let on. Life got a little crazy ...

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