Privacy, Data, Trust, and Love

The near-complete annihilation of privacy can be a terrible thing. But when it happens between two people, the result is an extraordinary reward called ‘falling in love.’ So why, then, are we seeing such an uproar about something that – under the right circumstances – we are so willing to surrender? Perhaps the current conversation […]

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Fifty Years Later, Still Rocking

There was a bit of kerfuffle over Woodstock 50, which even Michael Lang and Sir Richard Branson couldn’t fix, so here we are, a couple of weeks after the three days of the original peace and music event, and there hasn’t been an anniversary event to truly commemorate those days as they really were. And […]

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Investment Notes from Mom

Disclosure: I am not a qualified, or even semi-qualified, investment advisor. You can find them many other places than here. But I am a qualified mom. And note-taker. So these are just notes from my history of doing things with money that I’m passing on to my own kids. If your mom disagrees with me, […]

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On Being a Republican Parent

Bear with me a moment here. I’d better leave a note for my (grownup) kids here, even though I’m pretty sure they don’t read this blog. Mom is still as left liberal as she always was and she still wishes we still had that last family still living in the White House. But sometimes, you […]

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