A little HTML widget gave us all-powerful Amazon and Facebook. There’s no closing Pandora’s text box now.The ‘Form’ Element Created the Modern Web. Was It a Big Mistake? Read More
The Wasatch Weather Weenies discuss the weather and climate of the Wasatch Front and Mountains, western United States, and beyond.
Professor Powder has also written Secrets of the Greatest Snow on Earth, “the ultimate meteorological guide for powder hounds, snow geeks, and weather enthusiasts.”Wasatch Weather Weenies – Mountain Meteorology and Snow Snobbery Blog Read More
Molly Absolon, writing for the Mountainside column of the Jackson Hole News & Guide, writes about being dangerous. She writes of her reaction to an essay that Drew Hardesty wrote titled “I AM Dangerous.” Drew Hardesty is a forecaster for the Utah Avalanche Center in the winter and a Grand Teton National Park climbing ranger in the summer. Drew had recently sent her an essay he’d written about danger. “The essay went on to explore the notion of danger, and, in the end, Drew embraced the idea that we are dangerous if we spend our lives in the mountains engaging in potentially risky behavior.”I AM Dangerous (Danger, dangerous, stupid: Not all the same) Read More