Category Archives: Technology

Very funny (and truthy) 2012 editorial cartoons on politics, religion, life

                                                                      

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Commercial aerospace program take big step

Free enterprise goes sky high. The SpaceX commercial rocket lifted off at 10:43 a.m. ET. The first commercial spacecraft slated to orbit Earth and re-enter successfully was originally scheduled to lift off shortly after 9 a.m. but was delayed.  A … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading: How to keep helping Haiti; humanity of poetry; a book on Harry Dent; interview with Charity:Water’s Scott Harrison; the Email Weapon

1. Cholera Still Killing in Haiti:  More than 700 people have died as a result of the cholera outbreak in Haiti, where the living conditions in the tent cities constructed after the January earthquake have left people vulnerable to the … Continue reading

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What’s happened to good customer service? What’s your story?

We rarely use our home phone, enjoying instead the portability of cell phone lines. We do like having a landline, for faxes and better voice quality, however, so we’ve been looking for a cheap but reliable alternative to AT&T or … Continue reading

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The Chilean miracle; Fatherlessness and adoption; What’s with the name collective?; Classy baseball playoff moments; Your brain on computers

The Chilean Miracle:     The national exultation over the successful rescue of 33 miners carries with it the recognition that success required both innovation and miracle. For the miners, it will always include a memory of the darkest days of … Continue reading

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Gubernatorial candidate Nathan Deal “googled” by angry Georgian

 I had noticed that every time I saw Nathan Deal’s name on the Internet I also saw a Google ad or an article about his ethics. Deal is the GOP’s candidate for governor of Georgia against Democrat Roy Barnes, a former governor of … Continue reading

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Most Interesting Stories for Monday Morning: Supercharged Wi-Fi, an evangelical speaks on climate change, a return to modesty, and more

1. Supercharged Wi-Fi Everywhere?:  FCC move may allow for stronger, faster networks that will extend broadband signals to bypassed rural areas and eliminate annoying dead zones. wireless Internet This month, the F.C.C. is likely to approve what could be an … Continue reading

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Five interesting items for the last day of August

1.    McCain on Obama, the surge and Afghanistan: Unless he understands the reason for success in Iraq, the president is unlikely to lead a successful strategy against the Taliban  Though most Democrats still cannot bear to admit it, the war … Continue reading

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