The first man on the moon doesn’t feel his life is defined by being the first man on the moon? As if the world would remember much more than Armstrong’s “one piece of fireworks”? Would his name belong beside Magellan’s or Marco Polo’s if not for Armstrong’s singular achievement? —Paul Farhi, Washington Post
Westmoreland County Air Show 2012 (Photos)
Jerry Lewis’s Costars Speak Out: “He Grabbed Me. He Began to Fondle Me. I Was Dumbstruck”
In August 1999 I was blogging about Poohsticks Bridge, penmanship, Archimedes, and ebooks
Has life in the age of casual magic made moviegoers numb to the amazing?
Why Did Dial-Up Modems Make So Much Noise?
Why won't the University of Maryland talk about the chocolate milk/concussion study it was...