- Lisa Miller
- Saturday, May 26, 2007
What we save, what we toss out
We are snuggled up in the Dora bed, deciding on a bedtime story. "How about your special book?" Allie asks. It's late and the story is long, but I can't say no.
- Saturday, April 14, 2007
Ingenuity, activism best hopes for climate
Storm surges. Heat waves. Coastal erosion, landslides, fire and drought. An increase in sea levels and disease. Shortages of food and water.
- Saturday, March 24, 2007
Scientists' optimism contagious
An end to war. A human colony on Mars. Novel cancer therapies. These are but a few of the responses to the 2007 Edge Annual Question, 'What are you optimistic about?'
- Saturday, March 3, 2007
Slide shows give way to digital
I am trying to complete my transition into the digital photo age. I’m not a photographer or even a photo buff, just a mom trying to preserve family memories with an average digital camera. I’ve gotten used to framing shots in the display screen, and I don’t miss buying film. My problem is what to do with the
- Saturday, February 10, 2007
Could Dahl's food fantasy come true?
When I start selling this gum in the shops it will change everything! It will be the end of all kitchens and all cooking! There will be no more marketing to do! No more buying of meat and groceries!
- Saturday, January 20, 2007
The Heelys craze calls for balance
There is no way I could walk a mile in my daughter’s shoes. Like millions of kids around the world, she is addicted to Heelys, the hybrid skate-sneakers with a removable wheel in each heel. She got them for Christmas after pining over them for months, and she has been alternately clomping and gliding across our hardwood floors ever since.