Monthly Archives: March 2008

Which American Incompetence Envies Afghanistan – Smallpox or Facebook?

I spend a lot of my workday these days tinkering with web stuff. I’m no stranger to the mysterious vagaries nor the vague mysteries of dynamic content roll-up queries and the like, nor am I an expert. I know just … Continue reading

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Childhood’s End: Sir Arthur C. Clarke (1917 – 2008)

Being called Hal, spending so much of my life intertwined with computers,  and having been born in 1968, the year that the film version of the now late Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001: A Space Odyssey was released in theaters, it … Continue reading

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