Yes, it has been a long time since we have updated this site but looking at the same pages over and over was just getting very nerve wracking, and we really personally didn’t have a lot to say.
This has been a powerful year, with ups and downs, laughs and frowns, disillusions and downright anarchies. We started off with our country proud to be Americans, and near the end, had some citizens ready to flee the boundary.
Received an email from my Uncle today, with some great photos of American History, and I thought that I’d share it with you. These picture are rare. They are all in black and white, and they are from from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s. Enjoy.
Today when I was going through the web, I found the wonderful picture of Diana of the Dunes.
Had a good old Lebanese dinner tonight, and made some kibbi, and all of the fixings. Aunt Joni, Mom and I, just kicked back and gobbled up the good old family food.
If you haven’t noticed, I updated timothytracy.com again, and moved everything around so it can be mobile ready. Yes finally. All of these years I have been making other sites mobile ready except for my own.
With more than 100 billion emails sent daily, researchers from Yahoo Labs in California and Spain decided to investigate how we actually use one of the oldest forms of communication on the web.
The researchers dissected the email habits of 2 million users who exchanged 16 billion emails over the course of several months. As one of the largest ever studies conducted on email usage, it revealed some surprising (and some expected) results.
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft Corp. and co-chairman of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, talks about financial payment systems in Africa, Microsoft’s strategy and the outbreak of Ebola.
Gates, speaking with Erik Schatzker on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart,” also discusses his charitable efforts.
Google has announced that its search results will no longer show the names of authors.
Google Authorship, first launched in 2011, was meant to help writers generate a following for their work. The Authorship program, which required linking a website to a Google+ account, has been scaled down gradually since late last year.
Ford recently released full specs for the highly anticipated 2015 Mustang and it looks like a power bonanza.
The V8 Mustang GT can be ordered with an optional Performance Pack that makes 435 horsepower, a considerable bump from last year’s model.