Television review: The final season of Longmire

By John Ruberry The Netflix neo-western Longmire has ridden into the sunset after six years. The final season started streaming on the network nine days ago and the results should please its fans. I enjoyed it. My Da Tech Guy review of the first five seasons of is here. Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor), a widower, is … Continue reading Television review: The final season of Longmire

Ads say the darnedest things

As a social media nerd (perhaps you know the type), I take note of the political ads in the sidebars and footers of the blogs and pages I follow. The unseen forces that affect ad-placing algorithms have figured out that I'm pro-life, and most of the political ads I see are for more-or-less pro-life candidates. … Continue reading Ads say the darnedest things

The Art of Communication

by baldilocks Originally posted February 17, 2007. Slight edited. The reason I think that the majority of bloggers begin their endeavors is a very simple one: most of us want to transmit ideas without interruption. That certainly was one of my reasons for starting a blog. Conversely, those of us who allow comments realize that feedback … Continue reading The Art of Communication

Why we Fight Why we Blog

THESE are the times that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; Thomas Paine Dec 23 1776 You … Continue reading Why we Fight Why we Blog

Andrew Sullivan & some thoughts on Blogging

Donkey: Hi, princess. Princess Fiona: It talks. Shrek: Yeah, but it's getting him to shut up that's the trick. Shrek 2001 I must admit Andrew Sullivan's announcement gives me mixed feeling in several ways. Sullivan was one of the first bloggers I read, and even when he eventually whet and started turning crazy over Sarah … Continue reading Andrew Sullivan & some thoughts on Blogging

Let’s talk Defining down “Trolling”

Judson:  I'm agan it! Daniel Boone:  I can't think of a better reason to be for it. Daniel Boone Ken-Tuck-E 1964 One of the things that have noticed in a decade of being on the next is how the word "troll" has been redefined. It once was that a person referred to as a "troll" was … Continue reading Let’s talk Defining down “Trolling”

America IS a Conservative Nation

Happy Saturday!  I along with Rebecca who wrote earlier today am thrilled to be guest-blogging here on a regular basis! In her post, Rebecca described some of the background of our blog and how we met DaTechGuy. We are grateful that he graciously invited us to join his blog, and also enjoyed our time on Da Radio Show today! For this … Continue reading America IS a Conservative Nation

DaTechGuy on DaTV Charter Channel 3 Tonight 8:30 p.m.

Just finished taping an episode of The Hank Stolz Experience on Charter Channel 3 We talked about blogging and how bloggers have changed the conversation in the media. If you are a Charter subscriber you can catch the show tonight at 8:30 p.m. on Charter Channel 3. If you are tied up tonight the replays … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaTV Charter Channel 3 Tonight 8:30 p.m.

Hugh Slatery of Wizbang Dead at 53

His last post was on the EU and currency and is here, an excerpt: Here is the gist of the debate between Treasury Secretary Geithner and EU Central Bank President Trichet: the United States can print money longer (and sustain deficits for a longer period) than the EU, but the end result is the same. … Continue reading Hugh Slatery of Wizbang Dead at 53