Flooding the Country with Ignorance

dogs Maybe it was a challenge to see how many non-truths he could pack into one article, but Eric D. Snider’s diatribe about guns in movies at the Film.com website is filled with them. Of course, I never miss the opportunity to be informed about the American gun culture by a “prolific film critic,” especially when […] Continue reading →

Informing Ourselves to Death

overload It is generally accepted that Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press in 1450. To be sure, there were other presses in use and printing technology was already available, but what made Gutenberg’s device so revolutionary was the advent of his durable and movable type. The technology of pressing ink onto paper was not new, but […] Continue reading →