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The Rationality of Buzz

It’s early on a Monday morning – I would say “bright and early”, but it’s so early that the sun is still nowhere in sight. At any rate, the week is about to begin and so I figure it’s a … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Rationality of Ignorance

Ever since Sigmund Freud triumphed with his psychological theories, psychological repression has become interpreted as an acceptable behavior. Repression is now OK, because everyone does it. This post is not about psychology – at least not in the first place. … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Complacent Illiterate Generation

Unfortunately, this is also my generation. 😐 The vast majority carry devices which track their every move. They submit their ideas to huge media conglomerate companies, allowing these spy organizations to comb through their information to find new + improved … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why domain names are more reliable than site descriptions, page titles and/or about pages

I’ve been spending the past couple days catching up on some of the backlog that built up in my RSS reader since Christmas… — actually I simply declared bankruptcy on some feeds that had accumulated hundreds if not thousands of … Continue reading
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