What follows is an account of my experience in Ferguson on August 10th, the day following the shootout with Tyrone Harris, Jr., and thoughts on where this movement is heading.
My takeaway and first impression from meeting Martha Coakley is that she’s a woman of her word — someone who researches the facts, opinions, and options; chooses a course; and sticks with it. For some, that methodical strategy may seem slow, but for me, it seems wise.
Before seat-back entertainment and in-flight WiFi, there was window-gazing and reading, and this: The In-flight Report.
Presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have extraordinary educational backgrounds, which came at high costs. This infographic looks at their schooling, from elementary to graduate school.
Two-thirds of Americans have taken a “staycation.” With the average vacation costing $1,180 per person, it’s no wonder!
A look at what Erica Swallow is doing during SXSW 2012.
A look at four t-shirt quilts that I commissioned from T-Shirt-Quilts.com. They represent social media, travel, NYU and Paragould High School — four important parts of my life.
The recent creation of Facebook Open Graph opened a whole new can of worms regarding privacy on social networks. Now more than ever, the world is all a-buzz about privacy. But what about privacy for criminal suspects? Faisal Shahzad, the suspect who admitted to attempting to explode a bomb in Times Square on May 1st, has…