Monthly Archives: March 2020

Money to people that need it, the airline industry…

The US airline industry has asked for a $50 billion aid package to help them survive this crisis, which they will likely get. $50 Billion. Why does the industry need this? Also, how does this keep in line with the … Continue reading

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Pandemics and Information Literacy

Chiropractors are NOT doctors. Yes, they often call themselves ‘doctor’ but that does not make it so. The great western philosopher George Carlin once said, you can call yourself a captain, but if you can make that up then I … Continue reading

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And this is part of the problem.

The greatest danger is the spread of unsubstantiated rumors. A ‘blogger’ posted to Twitter last night that a child in Bloomington tested positive for corona virus. This very well may be true, but that is beside the point. As best … Continue reading

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Data Privacy

Imagine if you went out and bought a new car for $30,000. Then, the company that sold you that car got $5 for every mile you drove. That is essentially what is happening with the data you generate using almost … Continue reading

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The beauty, joy, and frustration of fountain pens

I like writing with fountain pens. Back when I sold cars (which I hated) I started carrying/using my grandfather’s Parker 51. This was not an affectation, just something I liked for the elegance. I then started collecting Montblanc Pens, but … Continue reading

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