2024-06-14 12:37 PM

Delegate Scott’s Richmond Report

On the Road                         As members of the House of Delegates Appropriations Committee, Vince Callahan, Bob Brink of Arlington, Joe May of Loudoun County and I (for the first time), joined most of the other members of the Committee in visiting public institutions supported by state funds in Southeastern and Southside Virginia.

On Technostress: Beating The

Technostress: (noun) The negative psychological link between people and the introduction of new technologies, predominately caused by the quick pace of technological change / lack of standardization within technologies and inability to cope with that beeping noise the printer makes every fifteen minutes which no one can figure out how to eliminate. Seriously, can we […]

A Penny For Your Thoughts: The News of Greater Falls Church

I-Pods. Smart Cards. Broadband. Video Connectivity. These and other terms of technology were front and center Monday as the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Committee on Aging explored technology that can help aging residents remain independent in their own homes. National trends indicate that a “silver tsunami” is about to break – more than 75 […]

The Peak Oil Crisis: The Age of the Electric Car

It is time for some good news. In recent weeks there has been a spate of announcements about plans to develop electric cars and much better batteries to power them. Although few new models will be ready for sale in a couple of years, by the end of 2007 there should be many technology-proving prototypes […]

Nicholas F. Benton: An

Two large churches in the Episcopal denomination’s Diocese of Virginia are voting this week to defect, claiming the mainstream denomination has veered from its Biblical roots and, oh by the way, sanctioned the consecration of one of its pastors as a bishop of a New England diocese who just happens to be openly gay.

Our Man In Arlington

A group from the Arlington Learning in Retirement Institute recently toured the Arlington Career Center on Walter Read Drive in South Arlington, topped off with a spaghetti and salad luncheon prepared by the center’s culinary arts students.. It was a great experience – including the food!