There are places, well within the current confines of the metro area, to stash a lot of people. Here’s one.
A couple of almost oldsters, just trying to get through a year.
Tipping point. An idea whose time has come. Don’t get caught on the wrong side of history.
Not as extensive as Oscar Gordon would provide, but he’s off doing techie things instead of reading about them.
Everyone thinks they can get Amazon’s new headquarters; is it already a done deal?
Welcome to the conspiracy, Mr. President. Glad to have you on board.
The Trump administration attempts to change the game on management of public resources in the West.
Sometimes nuclear medicine technicians say the darnedest things…
Will Georgia and South Carolina ever get their new nuclear reactors?
Electricity doesn’t come from the wall socket.
Why pick on just one of the engineers? Lots of things failed before that port became vulnerable.
Colorado’s 2016 state-wide ballot initiatives are final.
Where will all of California’s renewable electricity come from? Not necessarily California.
Trying to graphically represent the geographic relationship between share of GDP and red/blue voting.
Back in June, the Supreme Court quietly took another step in their ongoing “war on coal”.
In the beginning was the command line… and it’s still here.
Unfortunately, the second in what appears to be an ongoing series…
What won’t you give up — not just for Lent, but not for anything?
President Obama took a position on strong encryption. He got everything wrong.
The Supreme Court decides in favor of flexibility and conservation in electricity supplies.
Colorado will have state single-payer health insurance on the ballot this November. After reading through the initiative, my conclusion is that this is an experiment that no state can undertake…
How five little words turned into an ongoing minor obsession…
Something about things going wrong, again and again.
Sometimes, the unexpected happens.
I suspect that my off-off-year ballot is different from most of yours in more ways than one.
Sometimes I think I live in a completely different country than the one I read about in the news.
The Supreme Court takes on one of my favorite subjects.
A second Civil War?