If you’re of a “certain age” and you’re a music lover, you’ve got a stack of vinyl records laying around somewhere and no way to play them in your car. I’d been mulling this over for a while, with most of the pieces of the puzzle laying around here, and finally figured out a “duh” […]
We’re popping champagne corks again here at tom-mcgee.com world headquarters (ouch! watch where you’re pointing that!) as a new site launches for Teall & Associates. Nothing fancy here; in fact the client direction was to do exactly the opposite. Jon is running a PR agency targeting major financial firms, so he wanted something really staid. […]
A friend just donated a stack of really interesting LPs (thanks Annie!). As I work through them (right now I’m listening to “The Late Fourteenth Century Avant Garde” — I love medieval music) I notice that I have to get up every 20-30 minutes to change sides. Isn’t that what all the ergonomic experts recommend? […]
Go on, I dare you.
Here’s a photo of the sun, taken by the Super-Kamiokande observatory in Japan. A very unusual photo, not by natural light, infrared or ultraviolet. By neutrino emissions. What’s more, it was taken at night. How do you take a photo of the sun at night? Through the Earth…
A Review of the New Volume by Edward Tufte
Hot off the presses for 2006, the guru of intelligent presentation has issued his fourth full-size volume.