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I spend a lot of time, money and energy building my own network— including extra effort devoted to connecting with technical women and…
MiG-29SMT is a huge upgrade of the classic Cold War fighter—or second-hand junk in disguise
Teenagers making false bomb threats is, sadly, nothing new, as I know too well
An illustrated chart for Alain de Botton
April 18, 2014
Security is always about the weakest link.
What happens when the snow begins to slide
I wrote the first half of this post on the eve of the 2013 Boston Marathon but never published it.
It’s high time to add and enforce discrimination protection in the Americans with Disabilities Act
How the country’s fierce linguistic resistance ultimately gave way to the Internet.
U.S. can’t afford three different methods
For men and women to diversify their cap table
Thoughts on culture, empathy and family
Fund, trading, and advisory fees will fall to zero sooner than you think
By Stacy London
A reporter’s notebook and photo essay
A collection of recent procrastinations
Why Santa Cruz County Juvenile Hall is considered a model facility when it still places youth in 23-hour isolation, sometimes for days on…
Lessons learned running a citizen science project
You never would’ve guessed that nuclear physics could be this easy.
When I got home there was a ticket on my car and a letter in the mail.
What now for news — Part V
Reasonable and level-headed politicians are dwindling. And that should alarm middle-of-the-road Americans.
A primer on neural networks and heuristic biases
I lost my wallet some weeks ago and am trying to replace my NY State driver’s license.
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