Somewhat dating myself here, when I was a little boy, the thing we all wanted was a transistor radio. When I was 10 years old, my parents finally bought me one for $9.99, which was a lot of money in those days to spend on your kids. A transistor radio is a small portable radio […]
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Readers: This is an infographic that Hiram Henriquez (photo, right) art directed for National Geographic’s Ocean special issue. The art was done by Bruce Morser. Research was by Darcy J. Bellido De Luna.
National Geographic’s June 2018 magazine cover provides a chilling affect to any reader concerned about our oceans and our planet. The classic orange-yellow framed cover surrounds a picture of a plastic bag submerged underwater with one of its tips pointing out of glacial-blue waters and appears to look like the tip of an iceberg. “Planet […]
Readers: Last night, my wife and I were watching American Pickers. I am a true antiquer and love the items found on this show. Mike Wolfe, one of the stars of the show, picked the 1936 Big Game Fish Map created by Joe Godfrey Jr. and Gordon Ertz in 1936. I was able to find […]