Daily Archives: June 14, 2011

If you are tired of hearing Republicans tear down the Affordable Care Act…

… then this video from the Kaiser Family Foundation will give you an overview of what is actually covered, what it costs and how it keeps more people safe than not having it:

Those candidates who “debated” last night should sit down and watch this all the way through.

Nothing but static…

Gee… I don’t know what happened but my podcast didn’t record (except for the opening and closing music) giving us 28 minutes of static. I’ll try to find out what happened.

Sorry folks.


Apparently the problem was with the iPhone and streaming… should have the situation fixed by next week… I may try a 15 minute test later in the week.

My Podcast is Live this morning at 10 Am Eastern Time…

Stop by and have a listen… Go  HERE to  BlogTalk Radio.

If you miss it, the recording will be at BlogTalkRadio, HERE .

You can call in during the half hour that it’s on at 1 (661) 554-9186. I’ll be glad to discuss just about anything with you


Fantastic program for art lovers and students everywhere started by Google…

I was enjoying myself this morning touring museums on the Google Art Project, a major collection tour of 17 world famous museums including The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Frick Collection, and the Freer Gallery of Art and International Museums such as  The Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid – Spain, The  Museum Kampa, Prague – Czech Republic, The National Gallery, London – England (one of my favorites), The  Palace of Versailles – France,  and The State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg – Russia, among others.

"Carafe and Book" by Juan Gris - Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain

The website enables users to discover and view more than 1,000 artworks online in extraordinary detail, with documentation on the works, biographies of artists, interactive 360 degree tours of the galleries and more.

For someone trapped in West Virginia like me, this is a remarkable opportunity to experience the joys of art tourism without leaving my living room.

The site was launched today after 18 months of development in cooperation with the 17 museums. Artwork can be seen in extremely high resolution and viewed in microscopic detail.

Take a look… http://www.googleartproject.com,… and have a good time.