Should have seen this coming. The meeting between Mexican and Guatemalan officials over protection of the Maya sites has revived the idea of a continuous Ruta Maya, connecting the Peten with Campeche in Mexico, opening the last barriers to development and destruction of the Maya Biosphere.
Protection of sites in northern Guatemala and southern Mexico. The project includes the Sierra del Lacandon Park on the Usumacinta River.
Another season of flooding in Tabasco, Mexico.
I'll need something like this in 2 years. Creating and deploying Mac images across the network - can't I just hire someone?
The entire car produces less drag than the sideview mirrors on a pickup truck. And it may actually be available next year for $30,000.
A month ago this would have meant nothing to me. But since I'm working through Tom Igoe's "Making Things Talk" book I see it now - tiny controllers around us, talking behind our backs. When they aren't busy telling me what I need to know.
Found this while looking for something else, as usual.
Thought-provoking essay by Harold Bloom about the financial collapse of 1837 and its effect on Ralph Waldo Emerson, who soon afterward wrote "Self-Reliance".
Here's one guy's collection of green roof posts. Good photos, diagrams, drawings.
One word - sedum.
The $3 million "overhead projector" was never funded. Didn't stop McCain from trying to use it as a weapon - never mind our need to promote science education in this country - or the Adler Planetarium from calling out their own truth-squad.
First of many, now that the NDA is lifted.
The archaeological site of Chinkultic had been abandoned by authorities and taken over by peasants who charged admission. A brutal police action to evict them left 6 dead and created a a violent response from the local ejido.
Looks like the choice is the Sony SRX-R220 4K SXRD projector, among others.
New task force to fight narcotrafficking and destruction of protected areas.
Eco-contrarians Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger are back with proposals for the new green economy.
Still finding all the great work done by Rob Faludi, Dan Shiffman, Tom Igoe and their students at ITP. And thanks to our pal Marianne Petit who first mentioned Arduino to me and started all of this.
This was announced earlier, but here's a notice from Brown University with good quotes from Houston. No one has done more for the study of Maya history on the Usumacinta.