Monthly Archives: December 2012
In the 90’s I took apart a bunch of laptops and framed the pieces (which were still connected together). The result was computer art that I could reprogram and would change over time. Of course, today we have photo frames that do the same thing, but this was an early attempt at such a thing.
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For dinner I made appetizers and a main course with a “spear” theme. The appetizer was a caprese salad served with the tomato, basil and mozzarella cheese on a toothpick (aka ‘spear’) then drizzled with an agave sweetened balsamic. The main course was spears of broccoli along with kabob (spear) of tenderloin, grilled red pepper, […]
Here’s a picture I found from when I visited the show in 1986. This is engineer David Nolan at the mixing board while the show was on the air. I still have one of the Kids America buttons that he’s wearing on his shirt. Have more information about this picture? Please leave a comment!
Kids America was a fabulous radio production that came from WNYC in the mid 80’s. Since this was before the web, I have decided to post some articles about the show in the hopes that people like you will stumble accross them. If you remember Kids America, PLEASE send me an e-mail: (this email wasn’t […]