The late Michael Talbot. A synchronicity in and of itself. More to come- watch this space.
UPDATE: This is timely:
OXFORD - With the shades tightly drawn in the darkened Miami University classroom and a $200 pair of funny-looking 3-D glasses covering your eyes, you can see the future of American higher education.
You can go inside a jet engine or a molecule, simulate a firefight in Baghdad or study a 10-year stock chart, all in three dimensions.
It's part of the Armstrong Interactive Media Studies program at Miami, which spans academic departments all over campus and includes about 300 spots. Most of the classes are filled within seconds after online registration opens.