Riffing About Tim Cook and Apple’s New Old Mac Mini By Terry Bailey Nov 4, 2018 When former Pepsi CEO John Scully was running Apple in the Nineties, I gave an interview to MacWeek, and […]
In the last post, (Part 1) I talked about the loss of studio musician jobs in the U.S. to London as a result of the removal of music education from our schools, the lack […]
Why are so many film and TV producers going to London to record their music soundtracks rather than recording here in the States?
Yes, it was one of those science fan nights for me at Pasadena’s Caltech Beckman Auditorium last week. I’ve read most of Freeman Dyson’s books and for years have admired his sensible approach to science […]
Just because someone is a brilliant scientist, it does not necessarily follow that he/she is a brilliant anything-else.
Hi. Sorry for the long absence. I should have left a note . . . . Been super busy with writing my interactive multimedia iBook series, Light 2.0, and dealing with all the tasks of […]
Hi, I’m back and summer 2013 is a memory. I seem to always regret that I did not eat enough tomatoes and nectarines when the end of September rolls around! I left you hanging at […]
Or, A Little Mars & Origins of Life History Before Tackling Today’s Space Exploration Debates, Part II One of the exciting things about blogs is the fact that we can update them with new information, […]
The news media is rife with stories about missions to Mars and to asteroids lately. A great deal of the interest has been spawned by the fact that we have a mission on Mars currently, […]