This Morning's Paper

A collection of 9 posts

Alarms for Medical Devices

I hope doctors, hospital administrators, and medical device manufacturers are paying attention to To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing. Yoko Sen, an electronic musician, observed after a hospital

Grover Cleveland

Since 1980, Sharon Farrell has been the caretaker of the Grover Cleveland Birthplace in Caldwell, N.J., about 20 miles west of Manhattan. “We’re across the street from the Dunkin’ Donuts. That’

Unplug: Only $1200

A German spa hotel will let you cut off all Wi-Fi and cellular signals in your room, so you can live in the moment http://t.co/04NEVz4XoU — Co.Exist (@FastCoExist) July

A Nod to Slow Communication

Gregory Doran, artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in this morning's New York Times. I don’t do any of the social media. It’s the casual gossip element

Literary Idolatry

The New York Times writes today of the discovery of the bones of Cervantes and the hold that the burial places of famous writers have on people. I'm one of those who have

Beard on Bread

I was pleased to see Michael Nischan, himself a two-time recipient of the James Beard award, give a shout-out to James Beard in this morning's New York Times And James Beard’s book