300!!!

Hi gang! This is Zach, reporting live from my comfy bed at home. My human tells me that I have 300 friends on IG which is cool because a) they are virtual so I don't have to leave the house or dress up to interact with them, and b) I get to see lots of... Continue Reading →

Celebrate National E-Week! (2018)

National Engineers Week is was first proclaimed by President Harry S. Truman in February 1951 to honor the USA men and women in all engineering fields. This tradition turned 65 years old in 2016. Wow! Annually, E-Week is celebrated nationwide by 70+ education, professional, government and federal agencies as each US City, County or State... Continue Reading →

The Crown (Netflix)

Queen Elizabeth II, Regina, is still kicking strongly, and as of 2017, she was not only an icon of the British royalty but embodied it. Since I was a little girl, the royal family has been instrumental in piquing my interest in the history and modernization of the institution. If Kings and Queens were still... Continue Reading →

Genius (NatGeo)

Albert Einstein was one of the greatest minds in physics. His unruly hair and grand ideas about the cosmos have changed the way we think about gravity, time and space. The eccentric character he possessed made him an icon in Switzerland, Germany and beyond, as he dared to challenge the Reich twice! Even after his... Continue Reading →

América The Beautiful

Mapped by cartographer Amerigo Vespucci, the lands of the New World were named América in his honor. This is why historically anyone born in the Americas is considered American, especially in Spanish where the people of these continents are known as americanos. (When using slang, Spanish speakers call Americans from the USA gringos, not necessarily... Continue Reading →

DC v Marvel

A few of my readers and friends were very curious to know my take on DC vs Marvel.  Because in some cases all they know about comic book characters comes from what they have seen in TV or the movies, I felt I needed to split the content into three parts: history, evolution and pros... Continue Reading →

Celebrate National E-Week! (USA)

National Engineers Week is was first proclaimed by President Harry S. Truman in February 1951 to honor the USA men and women in all engineering fields. This tradition turned 65 years old in 2016. Wow! Annually, E-Week is celebrated nationwide by 70+ education, professional, government and federal agencies as each US City, County or State... Continue Reading →

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