Monthly Archives: October 2020

On KERI: a way not to reveal more personal info than you need to

You don’t walk around wearing a name badge.  Except maybe at a conference, or some other enclosed space where people need to share their names and affiliations with each other. But otherwise, no. Why is that? Because you don’t need … Continue reading

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One example of how subscriptions suck

My goal here is to make e this brilliant poster by obsolete: Starting with just one magazine: The New Yorker. I’ve subscribed to The New Yorker for most of my life. As an adjective, loyal doesn’t cover what that magazine … Continue reading

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Higher education adrift

In Your favorite cruise ship may never come back: 23 classic vessels that could be laid-up, sold or scrapped, Gene Sloan (aka @ThePointsGuy) named the Carnival Fantasy as one those that might be headed for the heap. Now, sure enough, there it is, in the … Continue reading

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