Tag Archives: Technology

On Digital Books, Apps and eReading

I was recently gifted with an iPad mini and it was interesting to see how big an improvement it was over the somewhat sclerotic first generation iPad we own. That machine, while very cool when we first got it, quickly … Continue reading

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Disconnect, Reconnect

On Tuesday, a huge thunder, lightening and wind storm tore through the area. Trees fell, roads were blocked, power was lost. Our family was separated for an anxious hour. Ultimately, we were reunited, we only lost power temporarily. Some of … Continue reading

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Caution: Technology May Not Work As Advertised

There’s a rimshot line in one of my favorite movies, “Master And Comander” where Russell Crowe’s Captain Aubrey stares at a model of the warship he’s chasing into the Pacific and marvels at the wonders of “modern technology”. It’s a … Continue reading

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What I Believe (FWIW)

Sometime in the past month, I passed two years of posting thoughts, facts, and links to articles on Twitter. The experience has been revelatory in that I have learned much from the people I follow. Learning the discipline of posting to Twitter … Continue reading

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