A team from Yale has put together a map based library detailing a massive collection of photographs taken across the nation from 1935-1945 as part of the Farm Security Administration. It's organized by county and some areas are detailed more thoroughly than others, but there is a large selection of photos from the Albuquerque Rail Yard, including several in…Continue
Auto blog Jalopnik has announced that Mike Faris Wholesale, on 4th St NW near Osuna, will be selling the 84 Toyota Tercel driven by "plucky Meth cooker Jesse Pinkman". The only catch is that the car can't be sold until the show run is complete. Well, that and it's a '84 Toyota Tercel...
But hey, who can pass up the chance to park a bit of Albuquerque pop culture right in their very own garage? Me, I'd go over that bad boy with a fine-toothed comb to make sure there weren't any…Continue
In the spirit of trying to generate some discussions and rev up the DCF boards, I'm putting up this link:
That connects to a 5-part series by Eric Mack on CNet (tech-news web site) which discusses some of the issues experienced in rural New Mexico, Penasco to be precise, in trying to get a workable internet connection in his new location in…Continue
This isn't strictly an Albuquerque post, so I might be amiss in putting it up here, but it's news I thought was worth spreading about. The National Radio Astronomy Observatory has upgraded the hardware of the VLA and is now holding a contest to rename it. I've always loved the fact that the VLA was so simply…Continue