Review: Earth – An Alien Enterprise

4 Star, Intelligence (Extra-Terrestrial)
Amazon Page
Amazon Page

Timothy Good

4.0 out of 5 stars Credible, Eye-Glazing, Not the Polished Brief I Expected, March 16, 2014

I have read other books on extra-terrestials, have noted with interest that governments around the world have been declassifying their archives on actual contacts with extra-terrestials, and noted with interest the mock Congressional hearings a year or so ago in which a former Candian defense minister testified to their being no fewer than five alien races in contact with our governments and also in residence on Earth in various forms.

Normally I write a summary review of a book, but I quickly gave up that idea once this book was in hand. It is a mind-glazing textual dump. While it is organized sensibly, and every bit is in my view credible and useful,

Let me start with past books that I have read and found credible, along with a few I have not but whose titles I find helpful:

Close Encounters Of The Fourth Kind: Alien Abduction, UFOs, and the Conference at M.I.T.
Disclosure : Military and Government Witnesses Reveal the Greatest Secrets in Modern History
ALIEN AGENDA: Why they came Why they stayed
Opening Minds: A Journey of Extraordinary Encounters, Crop Circles, and Resonance
Hidden Truth: Forbidden Knowledge
Vital Signs: A Complete Guide to the Crop Circle Mystery and Why It is Not a Hoax
Rule by Secrecy: The Hidden History That Connects the Trilateral Commission, the Freemasons, and the Great Pyramids
Saucers, Swastikas and Psyops: A History of A Breakaway Civilization: Hidden Aerospace Technologies and Psychological Operations
Black Operations, Weapons Systems and Experiments by Extraterrestrials, Grays and Governments
Area 51: An Uncensored History of America's Top Secret Military Base

Now here, from pages 397-398, is the take-away statement from this book, citing Daniel Fry, who stated that he heard this from an alien in 1949:

Continue reading “Review: Earth – An Alien Enterprise”

Robin Good: Bi-Lingual Curation “Pills” Open Way to Zip-Code Public Intelligence Building Blocks

Robin Good
Robin Good

Etceter is a new content curation tool which allows you to create and arrange information pages on any topic, by bringing and organizing together web site links, video clips, images and/or original texts. Ay curated information page, containing as many media elements as you need, is called a Pill. You can group and assign different Pills (which are by themselves collections) to broader categories you define and which are called Boxes. On Pills pages you have the option to organize contents into one, two or three columns and you can easily re-arrange items by simply dragging and dropping them into new positions. Etceter Pills and individual media items can be easily shared on social media networks and are directly integrated with Facebook comments under each page. Etceter also provides intelligible SEO-friendly URLs and personal profile pages, all relevant traits of a good curation tool. My comment: Though Etceter looks still in early development (FAQ and other pages are still in Spanish + the Clipboard import feature does not work yet – no bookmarklet) the features and curation approach offered is interesting. In particular the nesting of media items into Pills and Boxes is quite valuable and the possibility to arrange individual items in any way desired is very useful. Video collections work particularly well as well as multimedia info pages on specific topics. Free to use. Promotional video.

Curate Rich Visual Information Pages On Any Topic with Etceter

Continue reading “Robin Good: Bi-Lingual Curation “Pills” Open Way to Zip-Code Public Intelligence Building Blocks”