Monthly Archives: April 2006

A Different Kind of Judas

I’m not going to comment on the new Judas Gospels other than to say that I think this is the coolest historical find since they located the Dead Sea Scrolls. And, of course, to point people to what resources I found on the subject: From the NY Times: Judas, minus the betrayal. Here, too. Also, […]

Fighting the Web

The Pentagon’s stated intention of gaining control of the internet and comprehensive control of the larger EM-spectrum, while perfectly logical and maybe desirable (in a Clausewitz sort of way,) is never going to work. This story is not exactly getting major air time in the U.S. as far as I can tell (which isn’t much) […]

Interactive Maps are Yummy!

If you like maps as much as I do (even if, like me, you can’t always draw them as well as you’d like) and you’re concerned about (or merely interested in) gas prices or coastal inundation (or both,) then check these out: The first is a map that shows gasoline prices (no diesel prices that […]

Medical Information Day

Howdy, Librarians! Just a fast reminder that Tuesday, April 11, 2006 is Medical Information Day, and the Academy is celebrating thusly: Tap into the 4-1-1 on medical information, on Tuesday, April 11, 2006, when the Medical Library Association (MLA) celebrates "Medical Information Day" in recognition of the invaluable information and vast range of services medical […]