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DaTechGuy all over Da Net today

Today I’m going to be meet­ing with var­i­ous poten­tial cus­tomers who might choose to take advan­tage of the old ad rates before the sales team takes over.

Lucky for you DaT­e­chGuy is all over the net right now:

First my Under the Fedora Col­umn is up at the Minor­ity Report blog

I’ve just fin­ished watch­ing The Doc­tor Who Christ­mas spe­cial. All day BBC Amer­ica is showed a marathon but inter­rupted it for the Queen’s annual Christ­mas mes­sage. Not being a British sub­ject I’d never heard one before today .

I have a soft spot for Queen Eliz­a­beth, she is a stal­wart friend of the United States, and the last link to the days when Britain was truly great. I have a hor­ri­ble feel­ing that when she dies the best part of Eng­land will die with her.

It will likely be up before the end of the day at The Con­ser­va­tory as well.

Look­ing for some Boston Tea party info? I’ve got it at the exam­iner today:

The Greater Boston Tea Party has elected Chris­tine Mora­bito to serve as pres­i­dent of the non-​profit, all-​volunteer pol­icy advo­cacy orga­ni­za­tion. Ms. Mora­bito, whose two-​year term com­mences Jan­u­ary 1, 2012, replaces Chris­ten Var­ley, who served as the first pres­i­dent. Both are counted among founders of the organization.

And if you want a lit­tle cul­ture wars, the Third part of my series at Ladd Ehlinger’s place on Cin­ema and the Cul­ture wars is up and run­ning. I deal with the Movie: Oh God and you might be sur­prised which side of the cul­ture wars I think it’s on:

It’s a feel good movie all around. The per­for­mances are excel­lent, John Den­ver is totally believ­able as Jerry Lan­ders, helped by a good per­for­mance by Teri Garr as his wife and a cast chock full of some of the best char­ac­ter actors out there from William Daniels, to Jeff Corey and Ralph Bel­lamy. Add two actors who were yet to have their great­est impact – Paul Sorvino and David Ogden Stiers, punc­tu­ated of course by George Burns, who car­ries off the role with per­fect tim­ing and style. What’s there not to like about this movie? You have a nice con­ser­v­a­tive mes­sage about an unbe­liever who hears the word of God and fol­lows it, an affir­ma­tion of the impor­tance of fol­low­ing God’s word no mat­ter what, and the mes­sage that fol­low­ing God is not with­out cost.

If you look deeper, how­ever, you will find some inter­est­ing mes­sages hid­den deliv­ered with such skill that you might miss it, if you didn’t look.

Parts 1 and 2 fea­tured Gunga Din and Cap­tains Coura­geous

Later this evening I’ll be report­ing from the Twin City Tea Party Christ­mas Party . Hope these pieces can hold you over till then.

Today I’m going to be meeting with various potential customers who might choose to take advantage of the old ad rates before the sales team takes over.

Lucky for you DaTechGuy is all over the net right now:

First my Under the Fedora Column is up at the Minority Report blog

I’ve just finished watching The Doctor Who Christmas special. All day BBC America is showed a marathon but interrupted it for the Queen’s annual Christmas message. Not being a British subject I’d never heard one before today .

I have a soft spot for Queen Elizabeth, she is a stalwart friend of the United States, and the last link to the days when Britain was truly great. I have a horrible feeling that when she dies the best part of England will die with her.

It will likely be up before the end of the day at The Conservatory as well.

Looking for some Boston Tea party info? I’ve got it at the examiner today:

The Greater Boston Tea Party has elected Christine Morabito to serve as president of the non-profit, all-volunteer policy advocacy organization. Ms. Morabito, whose two-year term commences January 1, 2012, replaces Christen Varley, who served as the first president. Both are counted among founders of the organization.

And if you want a little culture wars, the Third part of my series at Ladd Ehlinger’s place on Cinema and the Culture wars is up and running. I deal with the Movie: Oh God and you might be surprised which side of the culture wars I think it’s on:

It’s a feel good movie all around. The performances are excellent, John Denver is totally believable as Jerry Landers, helped by a good performance by Teri Garr as his wife and a cast chock full of some of the best character actors out there from William Daniels, to Jeff Corey and Ralph Bellamy. Add two actors who were yet to have their greatest impact–Paul Sorvino and David Ogden Stiers, punctuated of course by George Burns, who carries off the role with perfect timing and style. What’s there not to like about this movie? You have a nice conservative message about an unbeliever who hears the word of God and follows it, an affirmation of the importance of following God’s word no matter what, and the message that following God is not without cost.

If you look deeper, however, you will find some interesting messages hidden delivered with such skill that you might miss it, if you didn’t look.

Parts 1 and 2 featured Gunga Din and Captains Courageous

Later this evening I’ll be reporting from the Twin City Tea Party Christmas Party . Hope these pieces can hold you over till then.