First Ever 3D-Printed Cornea for Humans Could Restore Vision for Millions of People

As I have previously mentioned, the Good News Network is now included in our list of X-tremely Useful Links. I just noticed one particular article on their website that I would like to bring to your attention. It discusses the first ever 3D-Printed human cornea, which, once perfected, could restore vision for millions of people. To go directly to this article click here. Thanks for visiting.

Jim Brooks

A New X-tremely Useful Link

The latest addition to my list of X-tremely Useful Links is the website Good News Network. The Good News Network has shown that events, in order to be news, do not have to be negative. Good news is out there and I find the articles on this website to be informative, heartwarming, and inspirational. They can be emotionally beneficial, and these days, that is something we all need. As I mentioned, Good News Network is now listed on my X-tremely Useful Links page, but here is a direct link to the website: Good News Network. Enjoy.

Jim Brooks

A New Inspirational Website: zeevanow.net

I’ve just added zeevanow.net to my X-tremely Useful Links page. This website, created by Zeeva Natasha Zazhinne, offers informative and inspirational articles. I just finished reading the most recent article and I would like to share it with you. Please click on the following link which will bring you directly to this article and also allow you to peruse the entire website: Misdiagnoses: Can You Die? A Lucky Child Who Didn’t Because a Dr Loved Him

Jim Brooks

To France

I will not politicize this and I will not try to give some fancy analysis of the situation. I just want to say one thing. My sympathy goes out to the people of France.

Jim Brooks

A Cold Day in the Big Apple

Happy New Year, everybody. I’m sitting in my apartment and looking out at the left over snow. It’s freezing today and since I have food, water, and a nice television and stereo set, I don’t see myself venturing outside anytime soon. One of the things I love about New York is the change of seasons. It works out really well since right around the time the weather of one season is starting to get on my nerves, everything changes. Since I’m going to be indoors for a while, I’m going to work on more content for the website. If you look at the menu, you’ll see that I’ve added the Radio page. In keeping with my minimalist style, there are no bells or whistles. There’s just a way to listen to radio stations online. I hope you enjoy this addition to Cybermedia. I also hope that, wherever you are, you’re enjoying your weather or at least happily anticipating a pleasant change in the future.

Jim Brooks  

As the Year Comes to a Close

News, sports, weather, finance, entertainment, science, technology, health, pop culture, classic movies and television shows, it’s all here for you. I’ve added quite a bit to the menu and you’ll be seeing a lot more in the coming year. And speaking of the coming year, I know there are all kinds of problems all around the world that won’t be solved in the foreseeable future. The planet Earth that you see in the Star Trek universe is a very long way off. However, I can at least hope that we are moving in the right direction. So that movement in the right direction is my wish for the new year. I hope that, on the whole, things will get better not worse, and I want to extend my best wishes to everyone for 2015. I’ll see you next year.

Jim Brooks

Site Update and ‘Tis the Season

Hi, folks. I’d like you to check out the menu bar. I added some new items. Among other things, you can now watch classic television shows and classic movies. And there’s still more to come. Watch this space. Questions or comments? Feel free to leave a reply.

On a different subject, Christmas is rapidly approaching and this is a very happy time for me, but I know that not everyone celebrates it. If you don’t celebrate it or if you celebrate some other holiday around this time of year, as long as it causes no harm to anyone, we’re cool. Let’s hear it for mutual respect.

Wishing everyone health and happiness for this season and the coming year,

Jim Brooks