Daily Archives: January 28, 2016

Rooted In A Sense Of Place And Time

While driving to work today, the deejay on the radio was playing songs with geographic themes, some of which I was not familiar with, such as Alphaville’s “Big In Japan” and Kraftwerk’s [1] “Tour de France.” Having long considered geography … Continue reading

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Book Review: Don’t Know Much About Geography

Don’t Know Much About Geography, by Kenneth C. Davis Don’t know much about geography? You’re not alone. Neither does the author. Or, to be more precise, sometimes the author confuses writing about geography in such a way as to educate, … Continue reading

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