When You Take Your Own Photos, Think Before You Shoot

July 10, 2013

Digital cameras are giving people a false sense of security.

They create the illusion that all you have to do to produce photos for your Web site, your newsletter and other communications is to point and click.

Point and click and you’ll produce a photo, but it’s unlikely to be very good.  Fortunately, there’s plenty you can do to improve the quality of your photos.

The First Black President? Not Really.

July 23, 2013

Imagine if President Obama announced when he first ran for President that he was white.  An absurd thought, right?  But is it any different for him to call himself black?

President Obama is not black, of course.  He is multiracial and was raised by his white mother.

You would think he would be as accepting of his white heritage as he is of his black heritage.  Touting his multiracial background, he could have been a racial uniter, for the good of his country.  Instead, he is a racial divider who uses race for his own good.

Baseball Needs More Performance Enhancement

July 24, 2013

What’s wrong with major league baseball?  It seems that practically every day there’s a new PED scandal.  PEDs are “performance-enhancing drugs,” for those who haven’t been paying attention.

But what’s the big deal?  Baseball is the most boring professional sport in existence (unless you consider golf a professional sport).  With 162 games a year and each game lasting about nine hours or so, baseball could use some entertainment enhancing drugs (EEDs).