The fire throws into doubt the future of the factory, where the brothers built planes starting in the 1910s. It became part of the National Park Service’s group of aviation-related sites in Dayton in 2009.
Just Can’t Get Enough: The Warring Depeche Mode Tribute Bands Of Los Angeles
“Attn Talent Agents, Promoters, Venues, Clubs, and fans: Devotional Dave is no longer with Strangelove The Depeche Mode experience as of Feb 2018 – Any promotional audio-video recording or photographs promoting my image is not permitted and no longer affiliated with the band or brand of STRANGEL
What’s in Your Pocket? Obsessed Hobbyists Judge What It Says About You
Taylor Martin is known for having deep pockets. In a video last year, Mr. Martin, a popular YouTuber, showed off a folding knife, flashlight, multitool, wallet—among the stuff he carries every day. It drew 200,000 views.
Kottke.org Is 25 Years Old Today and I’m Going to Write About It
I realize how it sounds, but I’m going to say it anyway because it’s the truth. When I first clapped eyes on the World Wide Web, I fell in love. Here’s how I described the experience in a 2016 post about Halt and Catch Fire:
I don’t want to log in to your website
There is a new trend among websites where they want my email address before I’m allowed to read their free content. While I sympathize with the struggles of the media business, I am just going to point out something obvious: not reading is easier than reading — and way easier than logging in.
This is your brain on fraud apologetics (24 Feb 2023) – Pluralistic : Daily links from Cory Doctorow
Today’s linksThis is your brain on fraud apologetics (permalink) In 1998, two Stanford students published a paper in Computer Networks entitled “The Anatomy of a Large-Scale Hypertextual Web Search Engine,” in which they wrote, “Advertising funded search engines will be inherently biased towards the
Mess Up Your Good, Premium, Luxury Notebooks
You know the ones: the ones with the creamy paper, the ones with the little envelope built into the back cover, the pre-printed index, the dot grid, or the lined pages, or the smooth blank pages where the website showed an artist’s delicate watercolor rendering of a fern.
Hobby Club’s Missing Balloon Feared Shot Down By USAF
A small, globe-trotting balloon declared “missing in action” by an Illinois-based hobbyist club on Feb. 15 has emerged as a candidate to explain one of the three mystery objects shot down by four heat-seeking missiles launched by U.S. Air Force fighters since Feb. 10.
The magic of a page a day
In 1979, the page-a-day calendar was born. It’s basically a book on its side, but the user rips off a page each day. My friend Michael Cader took this concept and ran with it, creating calendars that sold millions of copies.
Kondo says her life underwent a huge change after she had her third child, and external tidying has taken a back seat to the business of life. “My home is messy, but the way I am spending my time is the right way for me at this time at this stage of my life,” she said through an interpreter at a recent media webinar and virtual tea ceremony.Marie Kondo’s life is messier now — and she’s fine with it