Holy Sh^%%^#!!!

Yesterday I picked up The Boston Globe on a morning walk through downtown Maynard and, not surprisingly, didn’t get to read it until about 9:30pm last night. When I did finally open it, I was sad to discover it was a pretty boring edition, with one exception: a very interesting article about human waste. Yes, [...]

Are You Plugged In?

So not only is Kelley Stoltz great, he’s GREAT. Check out this, which I just found out and pulled from Wikipedia:
In tandem with the release of “Below the Branches” was an industry first: “Below the Branches” was the first record in history to make an on-package claim about renewable energy use with the Green-e logo. [...]

Yes We’re Going To A Party Party

Happy Birthday to quite a few people today – to friends like mogul Rob and Dan, one of nicest and funniest people I know. And of course, happy birthday to my two little twin boys, Nathan and Zachary, who have changed my life in just about every way and who also give me a chance [...]

You Don’t Need A Weatherman To Know Which Way The Wind Blows

Kudos to N-Star, the people we pay for electricity and gas, after they announced a plan to offer it’s customers the option of having their homes powered partially or solely by wind and/or solar power. If you want partial renewable energy, it’s an extra $4 per month. If you want your abode powered 100% by [...]

What’s Your Name, Who’s Your Daddy?

I picked up a couple of magazines in the airport on Sunday before a long flight and one of them was the latest issue of Time Magazine, which devoted roughly half the edition to how the U.S. can “fight the war on global warming.” Having had some time in my room last night, I was [...]

Question of the Day

Can anyone tell me why snowblowers are almost ALWAYS red?

The Eyes Have It

There really is a first time for everything. Sometimes, “firsts” happen twice in a single day. For example, yesterday was the first time I ever opened my little contact lens case to find that I hadn’t bothered dousing them in solution. So they were shriveled and dried up. Question: can you rescue contact lenses that [...]