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Is this the VA Tech Shooter?

On April 16, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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Early leads are pointing to this page as the alleged shooter for today. Either they are right, or this poor guy is about to go through media hell. Update:  A new posting says he is not the shooter, was going to wait until he got adsense on his site, but couldn’t wait.

School shootings again

On April 16, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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If you missed it the first time, this analysis is still worth checking out….Link—> This week always worries me: April 19 – Waco anniversary April 19 – OKC bombing April 20 – Colombine shooting

Bruce Sterling and William Gibson as Interpreted by the Brits…

On April 9, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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I honestly believe that science fiction can provide some reasonably provocative insights into the future.  It was William Gibson, after all, that gave us the term cyberspace.  I also spend a lot of time thinking about emergent and disruptive technologies, which is why I’ve included a section on “Flash Mobs” in my briefings for four […]

Nokia N95 – First Impressions

On April 8, 2007, in Technology, by Administrator
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I’ve been testing a Nokia N95 recently. Overall, this is a fantastic phone with a lot of really cool features. In fact, it is hard to believe they packed so many features into this form factor. Based on my initial usage, here are some thoughts regarding the different features: Phone: The N95 is a great […]

The Umbrella Man

On April 1, 2007, in Obscurity, by Administrator
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My friend Scott Albert Johnson has released his new album entitled “Umbrella Man”. It draws on many styles and I hear songs that are reminiscent of Blue’s Traveler, John Taylor and a full-spectrum of old fashion blues with great lyrics and wonderful harmonica solos. The family favorite thus far is “Turn Out Fine”, which is […]

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