Tea(l)BaggingThe 2009 DC Bocce Spring season may have been postponed by a 15-minute thunderstorm that sent the District of Columbia into a whirlwind of uncontrollable fear and panic, but that didn’t stop our team, Change You Can Bocce, from showing up to Garfield Park last Tuesday night for our opening match. Of course, you wouldn’t […]
Treebagging You’re invited.
Immortal Be-garfield I reasoned that since someone placed this majestic statue of “James A. Garfield” in front of the US Capitol, he must have done something important. I never bothered to check the cover of Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure, so we may never know. But, man alive, that would suck to be immortalized in […]
Since November, I’ve participated in the EnvironMentors program, a DC-based education initiative that prepares students from underrepresented backgrounds for careers in environmental science. The EnvironMentors program pairs high school students with scientists and engineers across industry and academia for a one-on-one mentoring relationship that culminates in a year-long environmental research project. High school students learn […]
ARIZONA CARDINALS 2009-10 REGULAR SEASON Date Opponent Outcome Score Sun., Sept. 13 49ERS Win 31-17 Sun., Sept. 20 at Jaguars Win 28-21 Sun., Sept. 27 COLTS Win 38-33 Sun., Oct. 4 OFF Win 24-21 OT Sun., Oct. 11 TEXANS Win 30-10 Sun., Oct. 18 at Seahawks Win 34-17 Sun., Oct. 25 at Giants Win 20-13 […]
Lopsignded When Lindsor, Michael, and I saw this BigFoot Awareness Week sign on 16th street, we went completely out of our way to capture its strange and unusual orientation. Why would this Bigfoot be positioned at a 45 degree angle? Was it falling backwards? Were we falling forward? This meant something. This was important. Over […]
Pentagon Channel Report on emerging technology at the Dept of Defense = John’s first Oscar nomination?
On Monday, the Pentagon Channel did a 3 minute special report on emerging technologies at the Department of Defense. Another special report? you ask yourself. Yes, another special report, except this one draws heavily from actual dialogue of the Armed with Science audio webcast, including an audio clip of last week’s guest, Dr. Mark Drapeau. […]
Rock, Paper, MimeFest Michael and Lindsor’s recent trip to Washington, D.C., provided a wonderful opportunity to experience the history, culture, and vitality of our great nation’s capital. Most importantly, it provided a plethora of opportunities to photograph complex aerial mimes next to popular civic statues and memorials. We got the ball rolling in Lafayette Park, […]
Here is a special report on the use of Twitter at The Pentagon Channel. Interestingly, the Pentagon Channel has 102 Followers but has not actually followed anyone at this time. Is this an attempt to exploit the power of Twitter while defying the fundamental pillars of social networking? Make sure to watch until the very […]