Not as much of the world may, right now, be watching television as it did a half-century ago when, in 1961, U.S. astronaut John Glenn flew in the first space capsule to orbit the globe, or waiting by a radio… Read More ›
Looking back at how we looked ahead.
The latest generation of electronic tech promising the most reliable hookup for those looking to meet is always new. Human desires for love and lust is not. Long decades before the likes of hundreds of ubiquitous sites allowed the almighty… Read More ›
Ten years ago, each time I watched the looping footage of the World Trade Center towers collapsing, my heart sank afresh with them. Not only because of the horror I felt over the many lives lost. I was also feeling… Read More ›
Lockheed Martin’s Fifties Monorail for swift, quiet getting about town. Whether or not it was timed for Earth Day, word came this week that Lost Angeles will begin reconstructing the world premier mass transit system it destroyed a half-century ago,… Read More ›