Monthly Archives: August 2012

Privacy, New Tablets and Nanocrystaline Cellulose: Potpourri!

I have posted numerous articles related to the overall theme of personal privacy and, in particular, the need to keep a vigilant eye towards threats to it. Don’t get me wrong, though, my concerns are not directly related to the … Continue reading

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Geeks, Greeks and Sneaks: Potpourri

Let’s start and end with a slightly skeptical theme. Have you ever encountered a psychic, or someone who visits one regularly? Ask them to read this excerpt from a psychic’s memoirs. One of the big stories this past week centered … Continue reading

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Favourites: Week ending August 02, 2012

The big story for me this week was the Op-Ed piece posted by Andrew Hacker of the NY Times when he asked was Algebra really necessary? The science-math crowd certainly seemed to be in a feisty mood because all week … Continue reading

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