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An Encyclopedia of World War II Films

When renting movies from the video store became popular, I did what I always do: I got a book that helped me

Honestly, The Internet

What do you get, asked Pavlov, when you ring a bell and then feed a dog? A dog that salivates whenever it

Lakeshore Yacht & Country Club

Are you planning your dream wedding, hosting a special corporate event, do you want a gourmet dinner, or a summer filled with

The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity

The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity by Douglas Murray, 2019.

It’s the best testimony to the power of Murray’s

Some of the Best Things

If you had suggested to me, even ten years ago, that I might become an avid reader of Popular Mechanics, I’d have

A Gem for the Holidays

Would you like to hear a “gem” of a story as we anticipate the holiday season? Here you go: not long ago,

The Scotswoman by Inglis Fletcher

One of the things that appeals to me about books and reading is that they’re like a fingerprint —once imprinted, they remain

Human to Robot, Robot to Human

Perhaps you’ve seen it —the viral video of Boston Dynamics robots doing amazingly humanoid gymnastics tricks, riding skateboards, performing chores, and looking

The Magic of Oz

It’s my hope that today’s children will read a handful of classic books, among them but not limited to: the Narnia stories,

Innovation is Fun!

Technology is a frightening, fascinating, fabulous thing. It has created some of the most amazing, horrible, convenient and silly things imaginable.