World Wind from NASA

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Okay, enough with the politics for a while. I’ve got something cooler. It’s free software from NASA, and it’s called World Wind. By now, I expect most of you know about Google Earth. It’s a sort of World Wide Earth … Read More

Read the Comments

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Since I know lots of people probably skip over the comments, I just want to note that the posts below this one have a number of interesting comments from readers, some of which I have responded to. I invite other … Read More

Bipartisan Sleaze Report

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Regular readers of this blog know that I don’t much like the Republican government that’s currently in charge of ruining this country. But today I want to cast aspersions fairly and in a bipartisan manner. Let’s start, for a change, … Read More

New Friends

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Before the memory of the Young Writers conference fades, I want to mention a few of the interesting people I met there, and what they’re up to. Philip Baruth is a novelist and teacher in Vermont. But he’s also a … Read More

Fabulous Writing Conference for Young People!

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I’ve just returned from four days at the Bread Loaf, Vermont campus of Middlebury College, where I was one of twenty-two writers teaching at the New England Young Writers Conference. It was my first time at this annual event, and … Read More

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