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Using one’s imagination for good vs evil

After I arrived home last night from moving my son out of his dorm room, I was listening to a later broadcast of PBS NewsHour before going to bed. There was a disquieting feature story last night about boutique bioterror … Continue reading

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Screw the long-term cell phone contracts

Ever since the wireless revolution began I have had a personal discomfort with being locked into a long-term contract (most typically two years) with the large telecommunications companies. It seemed to be a way to trap a consumer into a … Continue reading

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