And I think it's that time. And I think if you just step aside and Mr. Romney can kind of take over. You can maybe still use a plane. Though maybe a smaller one. Not that big gas guzzler you are going around to colleges and talking about student loans and stuff like that.
I still don't look at myself as a star. I've always had a thankful heart.
I am most thankful to Almighty Providence for mercies received and determined still to press the case into public notice as a token of gratitude.
I think there is a difference between Slate and Salon. I think we both serve important functions on the Internet. As more and more Websites disappear I'm thankful Slate is still around because it makes things less lonely.
I feel like I still am struggling in a lot of different ways. I still have to fight for certain things. Certain jobs. At least I'm working and I'm thankful for that.
I'm thankful for my songs being at the top of the charts but I am human - I think people still have to remember that.
I'm thankful for the incredible advances in medicine that have taken place during my lifetime. I almost certainly wouldn't still be here if it weren't for them.
I wanted to be a pilot. I loved flying and I loved all the technology and the equipment and the sense of adventure that came with it. I think that feeling still bleeds over into everything I do today.
All the technology of our production was still pre-War. They were sort of '38 '39 and the War had been stable and so we were infinitely behind whatever had been going on in the United States for instance.
At its core 90 percent of my job is still sitting down in a room full of people and breaking stories... and that requires virtually no technology.
We're in this transition period of figuring out how to deal with all the new technology that is out there but television still proves to be the granddaddy of them all.
In spite of advances in technology and changes in the economy state government still operates on an obsolete 1970s model. We have a typewriter government in an Internet age.
The technology is really where all of the changes have taken place but the fundamentals of a good story being the basis of every good picture and really the only basis still remains the rule more so today I think because we've unfortunately weaned an audience from birth to kind of mindless movies.
Educators are still spending way too much time trying to control what kids learn bending the content to their own purposes hoping beyond hope to change - by using technology - but not change too much.
There has been a huge advance in technology which has improved the safety of the cars incredibly but there are still some heavy crash impacts and in certain circumstances there is still the chance of fire today.
Intel's still our main partner. We have not announced anything with AMD and don't have anything planned but we're constantly being aware to make sure our customers get the best technology.
The Spy Act strikes a right balance between preserving legitimate and benign uses of this technology while still at the same time protecting unwitting consumers from the harm caused when it is misused and of course designed for nefarious purposes.
But my view is that you need a system at the border. You need some fencing but you need technology. You need boots on the ground. And then you need to have interior enforcement of our nation's immigration laws inside the country. And that means dealing with the employers who still consistently hire illegal labor.
But some great records are are being made with today's technology and there are still great artists among us. Likewise there are artists today who are so reliant on modern technology they wouldn't have emerged when recording was more organic.
Instead of the international police action we had hoped for during the war in Kosovo there are wars again - conducted with state-of-the-art technology but still in the old style.
All this technology has not changed the way NFL Films does business and our process. Yes with one touch of a button now you reach millions of people but it is still the same approach that my father and I started out with.
I don't want technology to take me so far that I don't have to use my brain anymore. It's like GPS taking over and losing your internal compass. It's always got to be tactile still organic.
The reason is that till date in spite of advances in information technology and strategies of information the written word in the form of books still remains one of humanity's most enduring legacies.
We're still in the first minutes of the first day of the Internet revolution.