Monthly Archives: June 2010

McChrystal – Useful Prespective Updated

Grim over at BlackFive says what needs to be said as a context for further discussion. This may well be decidedly NOT yet a Lincoln/McClellan,  Truman/MacArthur,  et al,  moment. UPDATE: McCrystal is out and Petreaus demoted. The next few days/weeks … Continue reading

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Changes

Making some changes around here, bear with us.

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Korea 60 Years Ago – A Notable Anniverary?

Brad Schaeffer over at Big Government has a post up reminding those who need to be reminded that this June 25 will mark 60 years since North Korea invaded the South. In truth I mark a different Korea related anniversary … Continue reading

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Emir Charles or Prince Charles?

The recent story out of Great Britain referring to a speech by Prince Charles gave to an audience of scholars at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies caught my eye. He argued that: man’s destruction of the world was contrary … Continue reading

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Depth of Field – a concept.

A definition:  depth of field (DOF) is the portion of a scene that appears acceptably sharp in the image. Although a lens can precisely focus at only one distance, the decrease in sharpness is gradual on each side of the … Continue reading

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