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The Curmudgeon Code is Out!

It Is Out! Our future draws on our past Terrorism, climate change, corporate marketing, and social media lying – technology holds great promise, and great risk. Where are we going? To answer that, we need to ask where we came … Continue reading

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Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Book Review)

Try as you might, it is not possible to understand another person’s experience, especially if that person is very different from you – different gender, different culture, or from a different region. Using the literary tactic of writing a book … Continue reading

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The Innovators: by Walter Isaacson (Book Review)

How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution. This is a wonderfully written, thought provoking and insightful historical text. I was taken by the conclusions that Mr. Isaacson draws from the events he recounts. When we … Continue reading

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Revolution by Russell Brand (Book Review)

When I was in Occupy Columbia, we started our meetings by chanting, “The system is broken.” You may or may not condone the Occupy Movement, but you have to admit a few things. Conservatives believe there is something wrong with … Continue reading

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The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin (Book Review)

In an episode of old Gunsmoke, it was said the Blackfoot Tribe has a saying, “The universe begins when I am born, and ends when I die.” Whether or not that is a real Blackfoot saying, I do not know, … Continue reading

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