My Content: Hubs, Answers, and Forums
Up for review is the latest version 4 of Axiom's product line, the M22 bookshelf speakers. I had high hopes for this budget monitor and yet I ended up with sour grapes. Perhaps Murphy's Law at work?
Just another part time audiophile reviewing the fabulous Totem Acoustic Element Fire bookshelf speakers. Are they grandeur at a grand price? Read to find out.
An owners review of the Musical Fidelity M1 SDAC, a bargain purchase that plays with the best in its price class.
A review of my KEF R300 bookshelf speakers and the long journey through the audio kingdom to find them.
An owners review of the terrific Marantz PM15S2 Limited Edition integrated amplifier.
Review of Audioquest's Dragonfly digital analogue converter - A great little USB DAC that is hard to beat at it's price point for performance.
An individual look into how one can become obsessed with audio products and pursuit of splendid musical reproduction. *Warning; this should be taken with a grain of salt!*
Are you new to the world of picking separate audio components? Have no fear, there are plenty of articles to help you ignore the fashionable and pick something within your budget to enjoy.
Taking a moment to reflect upon what we are doing, is it important and whom we might be giving our power over to. Gratitude begets freedom.
A look into the hypocritical demonizing of CEO's and white collar earners versus Celebrities and Athletes.
We already know both the Democrats and entrenched Republicans hate the Tea Party. However, you should be concerned as to why, and what plans they have for us all.
Who did you vote for in the last 3 US elections? Did it make a measurable difference in your life? How is it that we are to believe our vote counts? Do you know who you really voted for? Read on...
Tabacco gets all the bad publicity, well this is an unacceptable double standard when compared to Alcohol abuse - read on...
A simple opinion of political branding in the onrush of technological monitoring. "Those who control the past, control the future." (George Orwell)
Just a simple dedication to the little things in life that I appreciate and wish to share.
Recap of the 2011 Greenwood Car Show in Seattle, WA. Not at all what I expected from my first Seattle Car Show being a transplant from Orange County California.
How do we know if our natural talents are true and if we should pursue fine tuning them even if they are not how we make a living? How do we know if our talent doesn't measure up?
What exactly is an audiophile and how do you know if you are one among us? This article helps to shed some light behind the curtain of those who profess a love of music and the equipment.
What should be the standard qualifications to be President of the US of A? Should there be any, this article explores those questions and comments upon key areas of the office for POTUS.
My simple collection of V8's I'd love to own if I were THAT guy.
In the land of the politically correct, where can we find straight talk? This article does not mince words, nor does it vacillate, just shares fluid opinion on the state of modern US vapidity.
Momentous quotable's from Christopher Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens against organized religion. Followed by a somber poem dedicated to the deceivers.
A poem to our Grand Creator, giver of life and sacrifice.
A simple poem to the One which created me - thank you
The argument continues on between Pro Choice and Pro Life advocates. Of course I invite the Final authority to tell us which is best.
Most average citizens do not wish to talk about what to do with murderers, nevertheless, we do need an honest conversation from both sides of the isle.
An honest take on how excessive video game play stunts social development and consumes our biological clock.
Middle America continues to bear the weight of boots upon its throat. Technology, taxes, legislation, spying, all point to a ruling elite that is once again blind to its growing Tyranny. We must act
An intense free write about love and it's fickle needs, wants and rebuffs. Marriage is not for amateurs. Passion drives us ever so, to be wanted is to feel needed.