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We’re Fractured and We’re Not Coming Together

Updated December 22, 2020 Our society is fractured and will likely remain so for the foreseeable future. Neither Joe Biden’s, Van Jones’s, or any other or all kumbaya efforts, no matter how well-intended and/or fervently promoted, can overcome the forces … Continue reading

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Posting Is Sharing

Posting on the Internet is sharing. What’s posted is available to, and thus is, or can be, shared with anyone who has an Internet connection. There’s no alternative to sharing what’s posted when it can be acquired by anyone who wants it. Sharing … Continue reading

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Accept Filter Bubble Phenomenon

Updated December 11, 2020 A better understanding of our situation in the Internet+ Age and therefore greater effectiveness in pursuing our interests require that we accept the filter bubble phenomenon. Our use of the Internet and attendant hard- and software … Continue reading

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Importance of Code Increasing

Updated October 30, 2020 The importance of code is increasing. That’s because more and more of life is online and when online it’s all a matter of code.  Consequently, we’ll do better if we  understand code and we’ll do our best … Continue reading

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Internet+ Effects: Making Money Online

Updated December 17, 2020 One of the effects of the technology of the Internet+ Age is that it increases the ability of people to make money online.  In a Chicago Tribune article, it’s pointed out that many ways of making money–e.g., … Continue reading

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