Q. Does anybody know what to do with old batteries? A. I hear that batteries, of the last few years, are disposable. Q. Someone on our road put paint cans out for recycling recently. The cans have been there almost a week now. What do I do? A. Need to find a local service. Here’s a […]
Watch below, the first part (apprx. 9 minutes) of a mini-series on the global warming crisis as told by PBS’s Frontline reporters. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/heat/view/1.html CHAPTER ONE Watching the World Change Disappearing glaciers, rising sea levels, expanding deserts — the world is changing faster, more dramatically than ever was anticipated.
Trying to keep track on the line of thinking in this book, so far what I’ve found… In the first chapter Friedman sets the stage. Here is the flagship section of the chapter: “I am convinced that the best way for America to solve its big problem -the best way for America to get its […]
Please watch PBS’s special (listed locally for 9pm Tuesday, October 21, 2008) HEAT. If you don’t already rave over the documentaries Frontline brings watch HEAT. If you just woke from a comma, or are from another planet you might not know that Frontline along with PBS consistently produce and publish quality material that can and […]
I just found the most hilarious thing I am likely to come across today; and I want to share it with you. There’s really not enough humor in this world. Too much funny photo Following the above link you should get to the photo that launched 1,000 laughs. The photo is of John McCain with an […]
The further reading section of wikipedia’s page on social media suggests the book titles listed below. I was able to borrow all five of the books from my local public library, and hope to use them – along with information I’m getting from Chris Brogan – to gain a better understanding about social media marketing […]