Remember the COVID toll in Tennessee on this ‘more normal’ Thanksgiving

Tennessee Department of Health data as of Nov. 18, 2021. Graphic created with Flourish Studio.

While Tennesseans look toward enjoying a more normal Thanksgiving Holiday this week with family feasts and fellowship, take a moment to remember the those who have died of COVID-19 during the pandemic and to ponder what is yet to come. As of last Thursday, 7,708 women and 9,113 men have died of COVID in Tennessee,… Continue reading Remember the COVID toll in Tennessee on this ‘more normal’ Thanksgiving

Upgrading the Wi-Fi seemed such a simple idea

A few weeks ago I decided to upgrade my aging, but rock solid Wi-Fi network. I’m considering dropping cable for television so I wanted to make sure I had robust and speedy connectivity. If I’m only using YouTube TV and streaming services for television, I wanted to make sure I had good coverage, plenty of… Continue reading Upgrading the Wi-Fi seemed such a simple idea

9/11 from my photo archives

View of World Trade Center twin towers from the Empire State Building during the summer of 2001

A lot will be written and broadcast about 9/11 on its 20th anniversary on Saturday. Here are a few glimpses from my personal time machine. We went to New York in the summer of 2001. During the trip, we went to lower Manhattan, but didn’t go in the towers. Little did we know that by… Continue reading 9/11 from my photo archives