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Lost and Found: What Happens When Technology Disappears a Friend and Terrorizes You

This story began last week. Innocently enough. I have regular meetings with someone who is helping me write a book. Every week.

He requires me to use an online booking process to set up our time. Handy.

To a point.




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Julia E Hubbel

Julia E Hubbel

Horizon Huntress, prize-winning author, adventure traveler, boundary-pusher, wilder, veteran, aging vibrantly. I own my sh*t. Let’s play!

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