Between 1985 and 2010 a magazine called Invention & Technology told the stories behind everyday inventions, ingenious solutions and historic achievements. The magazine was published quarterly (mostly).Continue reading Invention & Technology Returns
As we tick another year off the countdown clock it’s a good time to reflect. Let us ponder some of the struggles we still must endure in our modern, connected world of 2019.Continue reading They can put a man on the moon…
I often get surprised looks when people ask me where I’m from.
People new to Tulsa are often amazed at the number of natives they encounter. In our mobile society it’s unusual for people to live and work the same place they were born. Most American cities today are made up of transplants– sometimes imported from nearby, sometimes from the other side of the country.
There was a time when that little padlock icon meant something.
Sadly, it would appear those days are now behind us. According to a recent article by security guru Brian Krebs, the number of phishing sites that appear to be “secure” is almost half! Continue reading Padlock = ?
Our trip to Austin was not the smoothest excursion.
But we finally made it to COTA, joined friends for a great time and watched an exciting race with a nail-biter of a finish.
Continue reading Getting There – it isn’t always the fun part
Austin, Here We Come!
The US Grand Prix is happening this weekend at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas. Jackie and I are packed and ready (rain gear included) for a weekend of high octane excitement.
Ever wondered what the weather did last night?