I don’t have time for a real post, but wanted to note that the US-VISIT program has started. Foreigners arriving at U.S. airports were photographed and had their fingerprints scanned Monday in the start of a government effort to use some of the latest surveillance technology to keep terrorists out of the country. The program… Continue reading Finger Printing Visitors
I am back in Atlanta. School starts tomorrow today. End of vacation. This is going to be a really busy semester. Let’s see how much I can blog. Why is it so warm here? Isn’t this supposed to be winter?
These holidays were spent mostly at home. Laziness and illness (both me and Amber) were to blame. The end result was that we watched a lot of movies. American History X is a very good movie about a younger brother following in the footsteps of his older skinhead brother. Edward Norton was great as the… Continue reading Holiday Movies
I usually alternate reading fiction and non-fiction. I have quite a few fiction books in the pipeline since I don’t care much about its standards if it’s interesting reading. However, I need to replenish the non-fiction books I plan to read this year. My current theme is history. Something about the India-Pakistan partition in 1947.… Continue reading History Book Recommendations