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Ghost Tweeting Isn’t the End of the World, I Swear

Friday, March 27th, 2009

If all else fails, you can be a ghost tweeter. Assuming it’s about time management and not literacy, or lack thereof, celebrities, politicians, and other high profile personalities are hiring writers to tweet for them on Twitter. Hey, work is work. And it prevents Britney Spears from tweeting about how cute it is her kids […]

Goodbye Nice Handwriting

Friday, February 27th, 2009

When I was a kid, even in the late Eighties, we were counted off for making our cursive letters incorrectly. Old Lady English teachers had no reason whatsoever to think proper penmanship would go by the wayside. What a difference twenty years makes these days. This BBC article says “the writing is on the wall” […]

Automated Content Will Unmake Existence

Friday, July 11th, 2008

Chess is one thing, but if we get to the point computers can best humans in the arts—those splendid, millennia-old expressions of the heart and soul of human existence—then why bother existing? Fortunately, computers have yet to match us in music or writing or dancing or even drawing—the lines are straighter, but that’s not even […]


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