Archive | May 2013

Dingbat!

Chinese student, Ding Jinhau, defaces 3500-year-old Egyptian tomb in Luxor

Chinese student gains international infamy after carving “Ding Jinhau visited here” on a 3500-year-old Egyptian tomb in Luxor

From Forests to Boards

Eco-activist, Tzeporah Berman,once branded an "enemy of the state" and a "whacked-out nature-worshipper" receives honorary doctorate from UBC for her work taking her environmental message into the boardrooms of the most powerful corporations.

Eco-activist, Tzeporah Berman, once branded an “enemy of the state” and a “whacked-out nature-worshipper” receives honorary doctorate from UBC for her work taking her environmental message into the boardrooms of the most powerful corporations.

May 29th: Happy 100th Birthday to Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring”

Diaghilev to Stravinsky:  "Don't worry Igor. They'll love it in 100 years!"

Diaghilev to Stravinsky: “Don’t worry Igor. They’ll love it in 100 years!”

Explanation for lack of Posts

Revealed: The reason for  computer crashes. [with apologies from HD&C for being unable to post for several days.]

Revealed: The reason for computer crashes. [with apologies from HD&C for being unable to post for several days.]

The Fall: Apple’s Cooked Books?

Apple CEO Tim Cook testifies before a Senate Committee about his Company's tax-avoidance practices.

Apple CEO Tim Cook testifies before a Senate Committee about his Company’s tax-avoidance practices.

Stein Wars!

German Brewers are demanding Chancellor Merkel block shale gas "Fracking" extraction over fears groundwater contamination could taint the purity of famed German Beer.

German Brewers are demanding Chancellor Merkel block shale gas “Fracking” extraction over fears groundwater contamination could taint the purity of famed German Beer.

From Fish Fridays to Meatless Mondays!

Vancouver City Council would like us all to embrace "Meatless Mondays"

Vancouver City Council would like us all to embrace “Meatless Mondays”