It is Friday. Here is some reading and other tidbits for your weekend, if you are so inclined. High Plains Farmers Race to Save the Ogallala Aquifer By restoring soils and grasslands, farmers in the Texas Panhandle are conserving the last water beneath their…
Sunday Tidbits: After a bit of a lull – Apple says Game On!, Sharanya, Mie, and Fusion!
A quick round of Sunday tidbits and links for you… 1) T’would appear that Apple is waking up from its rather sleepy mobile photo lull and is declaring game on to the newly minted Microsoft Mobile (entity formerly known as Nokia Device and Services)…
The Fourth of July and Why I Like It
Yesterday, I tweeted:
Happy Fourth of July! Of all the holidays, this is my favorite to cook for, am about to start making food for the BBQ this evening. ;o)
This is absolutely true but also untrue. Absolutely true because it is a joy to cook a big meal for friends and family on the Fourth of July, as there are very few expectations that folks have of the day other than having fun and watching fireworks. Untrue, in that the food that is usually prepared for the Fourth is not particularly challenging for a cook.