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A collection of original posts and republished articles of mine collected from present day, as well as previous iterations of this and other blogs I've managed. Plus: third-party blogs, media outlets and miscellaneous writing assignments.

I miss my thimble

My review of “Monopoly City Streets” was a short-lived, ‘Sims’-like MMORPG. A post from when I was blogging on the old Posterous platform.

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ISO programmers who report and journalists who code

Inspired by a “PBS Mediashift” article, and from years of wearing multiple hats. A post from when I was blogging on the old Posterous platform.

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Screw the moon; shoot for Mars, don’t come back

Space exploration is a killer business. No, really. A post from when I was blogging on the old Posterous platform.

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Why the new Twitter terms are perfectly fair

Like it or not, there’s no such thing as a free Twitter. A post from when I was blogging on the old Posterous platform.

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“Internet is good, no?” and other initial observations of Moscow

Sushi and suspicion, everywhere. Plus the best cabbie ever who bought me vodka and kept me out of prison. My mother of a time in Russia, originally posted to Facebook Notes.

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Human Torch denied bank loan

On placeholder text and leather-bound books. Originally published on “LTU Web Design,” a blog I ran while was the web design professor at Lawrence Technological University in Metro Detroit.

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Kevin Kelch

In memory of a respected faculty peer. Originally published on “LTU Web Design,” a blog I ran while was the web design professor at Lawrence Technological University in Metro Detroit.

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Restoring your reputation—from a backup?

On social media and data portability. Originally published on “LTU Web Design,” a blog I ran while was the web design professor at Lawrence Technological University in Metro Detroit.

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Online documentation: a simple request for complex applications

On keeping code both user- and developer-friendly. Originally published on “LTU Web Design,” a blog I ran while was the web design professor at Lawrence Technological University in Metro Detroit.

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