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Dufnering the PGA

postedPosted in Blogging, Boob Tube, Golf on August 11th, 2013 by glennm


Laconic is an understatement for Jason Dufner. The man may not even fog a mirror. But he played within himself and won the PGA Championship today. Can’t stand that waggle, though!

Dufnering meme Takes Internet by storm |

For every Tiger Woods whose preternatural ability is accompanied by an outwardly pathological sense of competitiveness, it’s nice to enjoy a Jason Dufner, a humdrum everyman whose finest moment before winning the PGA Championship on Sunday might have been a widely circulated meme in which he appeared to be slumped against the side of a classroom, zoned out in a purely apathetic malaise.

Jason Dufner: PGA Champion, Everyman Golfer | WSJ.


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Does Antimatter Fall Up?

postedPosted in Blogging, Science, Wonder Wonder on April 30th, 2013 by glennm


How deep does the asymmetry between matter and antimatter go? Each type of particle (electrons, protons, etc.) have antimatter partners: positrons, antiprotons, and so forth. These antiparticles have an opposite electric charge (unless they’re neutral), but otherwise behave much like their matter counterparts. But one interesting question remains unanswered: does antimatter possess antigravity, experiencing a repulsive force when matter experiences attraction? And, even if antimatter experiences plain old gravity, does it behave in exactly the same way as matter does?

glenn’s tumblr | Does antimatter fall up?.

I’ve been a fan of theoretical physics for years. It stared with Albert Einstein’s book Relativity: The Special and General Theory and continued — now decades ago — with God And the New Physics by Paul Davies. To even consider that humankind could harness the power of antimatter to overcome the force of gravity (the weakest of the four fundamental forces, but the one we know best) is barely comprehensible.



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Ten Years & Still Blogging

postedPosted in Blogging on April 24th, 2013 by glennm

F&L First Post

It is hard to believe I’ve been doing this for ten years, much less that I forgot the 10th year anniversary on March 10th. This is the tentative way it started, even before adopting my “Fear & Loathing” moniker.

One would expect this is a time for reflection. However, I am decidedly ambivalent about the medium — right now at this moment and in general — so a screen shot will have to suffice. (Oh and by the bye, the sharing buttons were certainly not there in ’03.) Sorry, tweeps. Perhaps more to come.

Fear & Loathing » Welcome to My Blog.

Notice the few “related posts” underneath. That means my tags and categories have less than a handful of posts associated with “blogs.” Remarkable in that there are thousands of posts in the archives.


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PC Sales Forecast: Take Two Tablets and Call Me in the Morning

postedPosted in Blogging, Tech Bytes on September 8th, 2011 by glennm

I purloined the headline from John Paczkowski of AllThingsD. It’s a great summary of the rapid dislocations being experience worldwide in the digital devices market today.

Gartner on Thursday slashed its worldwide PC shipment growth forecast for this year and next. The reasons: Economic concerns, of course. And tablets.

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My Year In Status Updates

postedPosted in Blogging, Social Media on September 1st, 2011 by glennm

It’s a bit late, but in honor of “back to school” season here is an infographic of year in status, 2010.

Status 2010


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A Tough Loss at FedEx

postedPosted in Blogging, Stuff on October 8th, 2010 by glennm

Redskins Week 2, Sept. 2010

The semi-tragic exploits of a once-proud franchise as it struggles to regain respectability…

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Cover of the Rolling Stone (Not)

postedPosted in Blogging, Social Media on September 23rd, 2010 by glennm

My shot from Sunday’s Washington Redskins’ game made the cover of Flipboard. Wow, you say? Not really. See, Flipboard is an iPad app — created by a team led by former Tellme CEO and client Mike McCue — that dynamically creates a magazine layout of all your social media connections and posts.

Still, it’s rare that any specific user’s Tweets appear on the cover page. So this is not quite like that corny 1970s song by Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show chosen as the title here. But NOT bad, not bad at all!

See the full gallery on posterous

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Blogs of the AmLaw 100

postedPosted in Blogging, Lawyers, Guns & Money on September 22nd, 2010 by glennm

My LexDigerati law blog (blawg) made this compilation of “Blogs of the AmLaw 100″ earlier this week.  Thanks, Adrian Dayton! Via Legal Marketing: Social Media Edition.

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Animated GIFs As Art

postedPosted in Blogging, Stuff on April 9th, 2010 by glennm

I love this animated GIF image by a French artist.  More to look at on his blog.

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Formula One Art & Genius Relaunched!

postedPosted in Blogging, Formula One, The Sporting Life on April 1st, 2010 by glennm

I am re-launching my pioneering non-commercial Formula One website. A blast from the early days of the Web and a tribute to the passion and artistry that have epitomized Grand Prix motor racing for six decades. The re-design and revisions are still a work in progress, however, so please be patient.

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