Monthly Archives: December 2022

How the species killing the planet can save it

We live in the Anthropocene, a geological epoch defined by the influence of one species over everything else, including the planet itself. That species is ours, and we are a pestilential one, altering, consuming, and wasting everything we can. Specifically, … Continue reading

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When Clouds Crash

Rackspace is in a crater right now, on fire. So are many of its customers. I’m one of them. What happened, Rackspace says, was “the result of a ransomware incident.” Damaged, lost or destroyed is its Hosted Exchange business. On that cloud … Continue reading

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Remembering Bill Swindaman

That was Bill Swindaman on the last day I saw him: June 2nd of this year, at a gathering of friends from the best community I’ve ever known: a real one, of friends living in a place. The place was … Continue reading

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