Monthly Archives: January 2014

Podcast of my interview with Nik Hawks

The podcast of my interview with Nik Hawks of Paleo Treats. Continue reading

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100-year old pilot returns to Burma…

…And of course it’s Moon Chin. Continue reading

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A century of air travel and a gorgeous wind map

Links to two gorgeous websites: one that documents a century of air travel and the other that graphically illustrates current wind conditions in the United States. Continue reading

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“Into Action” is FREE this weekend

FREE this weekend: A stark military tragedy that hinges on a young soldier’s struggle to remain loyal to his distant girlfriend in a morally trying, sexually charged situation, “Into Action” spotlights the complicated emotional choices shouldered by young men at war. Continue reading

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Moving BBC interview with a Great War fighter pilot

Jaw-dropping interview with Cecil Arthur Lewis, the last surviving British World War I ace Continue reading

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“Siberian Death Trip”: my WSJ review of “Dead Mountain, by Donnie Eichar

Here’s “Siberian Death Trip,” my review of Dead Mountain, by Donnie Eichar, in the January 4 & 5, 2014 edition of The Wall Street Journal.     Here’s Donnie Eichar’s deadmountainbook website, with great information, photos, and maps. Here’s the … Continue reading

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