Tag Archives: Technology

A Prediction

Running an errand down on Hawthorne yesterday, we walked by a bookstore (Murder by the Book) that we’d never been in. It had a cart full of $1 mystery novels set by the door to lure in passers-by, and it … Continue reading

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Promises, Promises

Well, Internet, I have a confession: I have broken my promise to you. Specifically, the one where I said I’d read 20 books I already owned, before buying any more. See, what happened was…well, I was the antique store, the … Continue reading

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Deirdra Kiai

Today is Ada Lovelace Day 2010, and the woman in technology whom I’ve chosen to celebrate is Deirdra Kiai, a video game developer, programmer, blogger, and musician in Vancouver, B.C. Deirdra is a friend of mine * and that fact … Continue reading

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Technological Disconnect

In the comments on the Simple Life post, Ramona said “We are becoming a society of disconnectedness”¦And, trust me, it all began with t.v.” and though she has a point, I have to disagree with her. Yes, T.V. has a … Continue reading

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