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Penny Arcade, Technology, and My Life

The following appeared on Penny Arcade today. Yup. It is always dangerous to make assumptions about people’s basic philosophies, and those assumptions tend to (quite conveniently) track with the way you, yourself see the world, so maybe I should limit … Continue reading

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Toward Kair-erotically Thinking Techno-Determinism

I spent the morning today doing some reading/writing on my Computers and Writing presentation, which will deal explicitly with how social media played a role in diagnosing and dealing with my daughter’s cancer. One article that I read today was … Continue reading

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I’ve seen this page123 meme floating around the web a bit (most recently over at Pedagogical Gregory), and I figured “hey, I like doing stuff,” so here we go. First, the rules: Pick up the nearest book of 123 pages … Continue reading

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