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Yellow Submarine

Watched ‘Yellow Submarine’ this afternoon. It’s message is more relevant today.

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John Lennon In His Own Words

From the BBC archives.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06f4xm2

Thirty-seven Years Ago

Sorely missed.

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George Harrison (1943-2001)

George passed away on this day 16 years ago today. He would have been 74. He will always be missed.

"Yellow Submarine"

Downloaded my very first ebook. “Yellow Submarine”. Free on iTunes.

Still On facebook?

If so, you may want to read the June 2011 issue of Consumer Reports. You may be looking for an alternative social site after reading the article about facebook. “…you share the details of your life on Facebook, assuming that you and other users are its main customers and that it’s accountable to you. But Bruce Schneier, cheif technology officer at security firm BT Global Service, says you’re not Facebook’s customer. ‘You are Facebook’s product that they sell to their customers,’ he says, refering to the network’s advertisers.” You have to ask yourself who is using whom? Stand up, be brave and seek out a better alternative. Invite your friends to follow you. True privacy is lost on the Internet but you can do a better job of protecting your personal information than on facebook. Does billionaire Mr. Mark really need you to help line his already bulging pockets? Check out other social sites. You may find a less offensive organization that may fill your needs. Twitter may be all you need. Or Blogger? Tumblr? WordPress? Posterous? You may also want to avoid friendfeed which is owned by facebook. Remember, The Beatles were warning us of the Blue Meanies so long ago. I left facebook and am glad I did. 

BlogPost – ♪♫ George Harrison’s birthday celebrated with streaming concert

Happy Birthday, George. Hard to believe. Miss you.

Forty Years Ago, Three Amazing Days

Three days, forty years ago, that influenced my life… 31 December 1970 Paul McCartney files suit for the dissolution of The Beatles. 1 January 1971 Nebraska Cornhuskers win their first National Football Championship. http://bit.ly/gOLFGQ. 2 January 1971 Our wedding day. Three amazing days in history.

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