Nothing but wires and lights in a box…that was the prognosis given to television broadcasting in a speech by Edward R. Murrow 58 years ago unless the medium forgave the wiggling lure of profit for the yeoman’s work of informing… Read More ›
New York Times
Test and Treat…And Then What?
The only way we get through life with any semblance of sanity is through compartmentalization. Everyone of us has hundreds of different spheres and categories into which we make sense of our lives. Each weekday morning, most of us leave… Read More ›
Realize, Don’t Imagine
As many speakers had over the previous 5 days, former President Bill Clinton invoked the goal of an AIDS Free Generation. He told the delegates assembled before him that their efforts had led us to a place where this goal… Read More ›