In Cycling News

George Hincapie rode the last four stages of the Tour de France with a broken collarbone, including the climb of Mount Ventoux. He knew something was wrong, but wouldn’t let doctors examine him because he wanted to finish the Tour. One person’s crazy is another person’s inspiring. I’ll try to remember that little story as… Read More In Cycling News

Burque Babble: Silencer of Liberty (Corrected)

It has come to our attention that changing the setting on comments from “everyone welcome, even crack-pot anonymous people” to “something about Open ID, which your humble blogger doesn’t really understand” has deprived freedom-loving Americans (and my guess would be freedom loving Rwandans and Luxembourgians/bourgites/bourglanders as well) from the right to write stupid things. And… Read More Burque Babble: Silencer of Liberty (Corrected)

Could Your Classroom Use Nine Billion Dollars?

I’m personally loathe to use words like “webinar”, but for nine billion dollars there’s alot of loathing I am willing to put up with. The U.S. Department of Education is conducting a “webinar” today at Noon MDT to “Review announcements of the following new ARRA (America Recovery and Reinvestment Act, aka “Economic Stimulus”) programs: Race… Read More Could Your Classroom Use Nine Billion Dollars?