Monthly Archives: April 2010

Steve Jobs Slash Flash

Steve Jobs posted a response over at apple.com regarding his own personal views on Adobe Flash. There are some people who are pretty mad, actually, that the iPhone / iPad won’t run Flash, which enables us to see videos and … Continue reading

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Church for Rent, State Upset

USA Today (my favorite colorful paper with no big words) has an article today about holding public graduation ceremonies in churches and the impact on the separation of Church & State. Public Schools are seeking out larger sanctuaries for graduations … Continue reading

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Schaffer’s Rig

I finally found it… a video of Paul Schaffer’s Keyboard Rig on Letterman. For years I have searched for such a thing. And today is the day. I also finished reading Schaffer’s autobiography. Pretty great. A lot of people — … Continue reading

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New Docusode

Jamin Bradley does more genius editing on this Mornings at Home Docusode (r)*. In this video, the Detroit Pistons are featured. — thank you for watching — —— * Copyright, Radio’s Ben Barnes. All Rights Reserved.

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RadCast: Books

I’m headed to Grand Rapids today to pick up some books I need for doctoral studies. Here’s the audio, if you want to hear what I sound like when I talk in my basement.

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My take on the iPad

USA Today (gone tomorrow) ran an article concerning the new Apple iPad. If you haven’t yet heard of it, I envy you because it means you’re truly “off the grid” — and there are days that I wish I could … Continue reading

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Philosophy for Dummies

I like the For Dummies line of books that teach you and I about this and that. I can especially relate to this particular book I just bought yesterday called Philosophy for Dummies. This concerns me. It would be like … Continue reading

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80’s Toys I Remember: CONSTRUX

I remember Fisher-Price CONSTRUX. CONSTRUX, hereafter referred to in the less shouty construx, was another example of plastic injection molding technology that found its glory in the 80’s. Fisher Price introduced construx to the world in 1983, enabling kids to … Continue reading

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80’s Toys I Remember (part 1 of a 281 part series)

I remember Castle Greyskull. Castle Greyskull was part of the 80’s cartoon He Man and the Masters of the Universe, which chronicled the adventures of a bunch of other-worldly characters who were human like yet possessed something of a “super … Continue reading

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200 bucks!!!

I am continually fascinated by the Easter Bunny. Perhaps you are, too. Or maybe you were drawn to this blog post because the title makes it sound like I’m a Nigerian prince needing to make an offshore deposit. I assure … Continue reading

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