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In 1871, The Great Chicago Fire left nearly 100,000 people homeless. The tragedy was followed by a remarkable happening when some of the most brilliant engineers, architects, and inventors of the time came together to build a new city. Howard Tullman, CEO

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The internet or the Internet?

The Associated Press Stylebook has declared internet and web should be lowercased. Other style guides are also insisting on the downcasing of internet, and you can see the change appearing daily in major media. Vint Cerf, recognized as one of “the fathers of the Internet”, and I don’t

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Ganging Up to Stop Robocalls

Any unwanted phone calls are annoying, but the most annoying to most of us are the robocalls. “Hi, this is Rachel from cardmember services” is one of many, and they seem to be growing. The government Do No Call list is

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Go Figure at CVS

Occasionally, I cannot resist posting a short example of a lack of net attitude. I usually label them Go Figure. Today, I stopped by CVS in Hawley, PA to pick up a prescription. The invitation on the counter was clear,

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DACS on Tuesday

Tuesday evening will be my 24th annual presentation at the Danbury Area Computer Society. It is always a pleasure to be with this fine group. The title of my talk is “Net Attitude: What It is, How to Get It,

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