Before Midnight, the highly anticipated third film in Richard Linklater's "Before" series, comes out this week. Will I go see it the night it comes out? Probably not. But that's not because I don't want to see it. Rather, it's because I am at about the same stage of life as Celine and Jesse are
Robert MacFarlane's "The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot" is one of the New York Times' 10 Best Books of 2012 and an ideal gift idea for lovers of travel literature.
"Bikini is paradise again, but with an asterisk." via Bikini Atoll: Site of One of History’s Most Infamous Science Experiments This fascinating long read from Outside Magazine's S.C. Gwynne follows the story of Alson Kelen, a native of Bikini Atoll, site of the most famous nuclear bomb test in the world. ___ Please note I'm
These are my links for June 10th through June 22nd. (This is a longer list than usual - apologize for the delay!) Want to Drink a Budweiser BNA? How About a Bud Light LAX? - Budweiser has applied for rights to airport codes, possibly to brew specialty beers in its branded airport bars? Interesting idea.
These are my links for June 6th through June 10th: Our Animal Natures - NYTimes.com - Animals do drugs, get cancer and overeat. What we can learn from that. Via @palafo on Twitter. Most beautiful places on earth - A map of the most beautiful places in the world via @spgreenwood on Twitter. Top 3
These are my links for June 4th through June 6th: Awesome photo of Enterprise "lifting off" - Space Shuttle Enterprise is finally at its home in the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum in New York City. Here's a really great photo of the shuttle during the final part of its journey. Newspaper Map -
So, this week I thought I would try something different with my blog. I am now employing the WordPress plugin Postalicious, which allows me to automatically bookmark all the links that I tweet then publish them in a blog post. It seems a bit redundant, yes. But at the same time, I wish I had