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Month: July 2011

Yosemite’s moonbows

Have you ever heard of a moonbow? I hadn’t until today. Rainbows at night, in bright moonlight, forming in the mist of Yosemite’s falls. National parks truly are national treasures.

Microsoft needs geography lesson

Microsoft is making big plans to challenge Apple’s burgeoning number of retail outlets across the country. To announce the company’s plans, COO Kevin Turner presented a slide show at the […]

PC to Mac: The journey begins

A week ago I finally got my long-awaited hand-me-down MacBook Pro laptop from my son. As I explained way back when, it was originally configured to meet the needs of […]

A bit of a dustup in Phoenix

Nature was playing games today with the folks in Phoenix, AZ. By now everyone has seen some clips of the dust storm and heard all the meteorologists going nuts over […]

Happy Fourth of July!

CNN is running a wonderful HBO documentary today: “Citizen U.S.A.: A 50 State Road Trip.” I highly recommend you make it a part of your holiday weekend. Check the link […]