Monthly Archives: February 2016

The Voice Of The Artist

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Today I happened to look up “Fra Angelico” on Google. Fra Angelico was an Italian painter and monk in the late 1300s – mid 1400s. Anyone who’s ever done an art history course has at least heard of him – his paintings are all over the place, including St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. I found several biographies of Fra Angelico… Read more »

The Internet: Swimming With Sharks

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Ah, the world of the Internet. Instant communications, facts at your fingertips. And the world’s greatest prowling ground for fakes, liars, thieves and worse. When you go to the Internet, what do you get? Words, images, and sounds. The closest you can come to actual face-to-face interaction with another human being is via videoconferencing (such as Skype). Otherwise, what you… Read more »