It took some alarm clock action, but was worth it to get up early for a Skype call with Antonio Vantaggiato and his INF115 students at Universidad del Sagrado Corazón. It seems like a while ago, but only a few weeks since I left Puerto Rico, having spent a month ...

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I read two articles online this week that truly stood out as great writing, both by authors I have read before and found to be great writers. No news there. Nor is there in the idea for my first title for this post, it was going to be "Great Writing ...

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While #western106 has long ridden off the horizon (or sunk into the desert sand), I had a movie left to finish watching. For longer than I can remember, I've loved Little Big Man for a number of things, but on so many levels its a Western that does not exactly ...

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Mother's Day without your Mom leaves a big space to comb through the past. I cannot count myself fortunate enough that on my last visit with her in 2011 (never expecting it to be the last), that I got her to record some audio stories of her past, growing up, ...

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May 2 could have been my Dad's 90th birthday, but the only notched 75. Just fathoming that the last birthday he saw, and I saw, was fifteen years ago. I was planning to visit him in Florida for a special birthday, but no one in the family expected that birthday ...

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Since there are 500 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute, I should not be surprised that it them four years to catch up with my illicit, community guidelines breaking activity: I got a strike from YouTube. I am a BAD DOG. So BAD. I had a hard time even ...

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