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Tinkering with Science

From The Wall Street Journal, Matt Ridley, The Myth of Basic Science Innovation is a mysteriously difficult thing to dictate. Technology seems to change by a sort of inexorable, evolutionary progress, which we probably cannot stop—or speed up much either.…

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Innovation vs Regulation

from Sultan Knish, The Technophobic Democrats Excerpts: Democrats like technology the way that they like science in general, as an inspiring progressive idea, not as the messy uncertain reality that it really is. But applying their logic of “settled science”,…

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App Crazy

I feel like a dinosaur whenever I use my simple LG flip phone.  I am surrounded by iPhones and Blackberries and the growing inability of anyone to have an eye to eye conversation for thirty seconds without checking their hi-tech…

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The Twitter World

I have been blogging for two years and well over a thousand entries. I started Twittering as a means of expanding the number of readers and as an accessory to the blog. I use Twitter to share articles and sources…

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Drive by Facebook

I have to confess that I am impressed by this Facebook phenomenon. It has opened up a whole new aspect of networking. I can keep up with so many interesting people I have met so easily. Like any technology it…

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Articulating Fido

It is common knowledge that dogs have better night vision than humans, and a vastly superior sense of smell and hearing. Israel’s Bio-Sense Technologies, recently delved further, and electronically analyzed 350 different barks. Finding that dogs of all breeds and…

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