The Star Trek cartoon put me over the top for this subject.
In binary 10 is equal two the decimal number 2
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From the Smithsonian
In February 1963, Dick Biondi, a popular nighttime disc jockey (DJ) at WLS-AM in Chicago, dropped the needle on “Please Please Me,” becoming the first person to play the Beatles on American radio. Black with rainbow trim, the label on the record misspelled the band’s name as the “Beattles.” The record company’s name—“Vee Jay,” the initials of co-founders Vivian Carter and Jimmy Bracken, a ...Continue Reading →
Worst President in my lifetime. Probably the worst president ever.
When I put this post together four weeks ago, we weren’t at war with Russia yet. Now we are (yeah no boots on the ground yet, but we ARE at war) so I guess we will see just what kind of president he will be. This is his moment. Hope he doesn’t blow it (like everything else he’s touched)
Vinyl is not the only comeback music format. Check out this article from the Smithsonian Magazine.
Sales of the retro recordings have skyrocketed over the past few years. Since 2017, the number of cassette tapes sold in the U.S. has been increasing by double-digit percentages ...Continue Reading →