• Maybe you’re already part of the tribe. Maybe you already know what it’s like to thrill to the sound of engines screaming at full-throttle all around you. To escape the civilized world of paved pathways and “put the pedal to the metal”, tearing forth, slamming on brakes, spinning out of control then peeling out again with what’s left of your bearings---both literally and otherwise. Or, hey---maybe you like mud. Maybe it likes you. Big-time.

    Jun 12,
  • The US Government just unveiled the fastest computer ever created (the human brain excluded). This computer is twice the speed of the previous IBM Blue Genie and cost over $100 Million dollars. To put the processing power in perspective, Thomas P. D’Agostino of the National Nuclear Security Administration said that if all 6 billion people on Earth entered calculations on a calculator for 24 hours a day, seven days per week it would take 46 years to do what Roadrunner can do in one day. Article On CNN

    Jun 09,
  • At first, the scene was reminiscent of Father of the Bride, a classic, serio-comic glimpse into the lives of a seemingly normal household turned upside down while arranging the daughter’s wedding. But while the wedding at Poplar Bluff’s Oakdale Care Center last Tuesday evening offered plenty of excitement, it was a sense of love, friendship, and true calm in the midst of action which made it an unforgettable experience.

    Jun 09,
  • I was suddenly moved to take a look at the calendar the other day---a tendency that’s not really in my nature, but there you are. And you know what? I realized we’re right in the beginning of the serious wedding season, and folks are planning nuptials, arranging trips, and spending money like they're in Vegas! (Of course now that I think of it, actually a lot of them are, in fact, in Vegas...) What’s more, we’re seeing an ever-more intriguing mixture of tradition and innovation in relation to wedding ceremonies themselves; the vows that are spoken by prospective brides and grooms; the focus and itinerary of today’s honeymoons (bungee jumping, anyone?); and even, increasingly, the matter of a surname for

    Jun 05,
  • We will be increasing our total bandwidth to the Internet tomorrow, June 5th. As part of this process, AT&T will be moving our upstream circuit to a different fiber optic connection. When this change is made, there is a small chance that users will be unable to access the Internet for approximately five minutes. The work is scheduled to take place between 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM.

    Jun 04,
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