Monthly Archives: August 2007

10 Books I Wish Existed

“Now that would make a great book!” Have you ever said this? I have. Here are 10 wishes. Sacked: How football blitzed baseball for the national pastime award Comparing America’s changing wartime history to its sporting popularity. Out with “home … Continue reading

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Calling all filmmakers: Sell our cars

I saw the new Transformers film a few days ago. A friend and I went to a matinee showing while our wives shopped – they were not interested in seeing a movie about toys we played with in our youth. … Continue reading

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The new phonebook is here!

“I am somebody!” It’s official – I’ve managed to impact the item I’m studying by measuring it (thank you, quantum theory). Actually, it’s simpler than that: Google owns Blogspot/Blogger. Marketing trumps science – somehow – once again. This blog is … Continue reading

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Unsolicited Coincidence

If you Google “matthewpedia” today, you will find only six results: two belong to a site designed for folks to study the Biblical book of Matthew, two for a blog created by another Matthew (a writer, it seems), and two … Continue reading

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