One of the best accessories I’ve bought in a long time is the $20 Nike + iPod Sensor.
It is a lozenge-shaped device that you can put inside special Nike shoes, or, really, attach to any running shoe (see my review of various running shoes and running styles here).
What is really neat is that the new iPod Touch and iPhones have built-in support for this device (see my review of the . . . → Read More: Review: Nike + iPod Sensor
Quantum of Solace: The Complete James Bond Short Stories is the new collection of James Bond short stories, written by Ian Fleming, and Quantum of Solace is the name of one of the short stories contained therein. This collection is the first time all nine of Ian Fleming’s James Bond short stories have appeared in one volume together. Also, their publication coincides with the upcoming new James Bond film, Quantum of . . . → Read More: Review: Quantum of Solace
One night a raccoon came to our window in Richmond, VA. Note the cat ears at the bottom of the pic and the raccoon hand against the window – it was quite the stare-down – neither party knew what to make of the other.
culture, living, virginia
Live and Let Die is the second James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, and it wasn’t until my first trip to New York that I really appreciated and understood some parts of the book.
Here, James must uncover a gold-smuggling ring, sponsored by the Communist SMERSH government agency. The leader of the smuggling ring is Mr. Big, who wields control of his crime network, stretching from Harlem to Jamaica, through fear . . . → Read More: Review: Live and Let Die