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Stop complaining

Back in January I decided to experiment with being more careful about complaining. I’d particularly become aware of how much stuff I read and how much stuff I said fell broadly into the category of complaints, and I was curious to pay more attention to the dynamic involved. 1,028 more words


Social Media and the Deluge of Information

Not too long ago, major chunks of habitation in urban India, and the big metros like Delhi, lived in the old neighbourhoods and communities.  Generations of different families were born and brought up in the same surroundings, and neighbours were like extended families, each aware of other families, their darkest secrets, their strengths, and their weaknesses.  940 more words

In My Opinion

If there’s one thing I can count on from the church, it’s a colorful outrage. – The Christianese Dating Culture, J.S. Park

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[For Now,] The FCC Is Still In Favor of Net Neutrality...

Today, the FCC voted 3-2 on net neutrality. Net neutrality is where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), like Comcast, aren’t allowed to “throttle”, or slow down their services being provided to smaller ISPs. 26 more words

Illegal invaders become “Americans-in-Waiting”

Direct from the White House website comes this load of double-talk from the Council of Economic Advisors.

“The President is continuing to take action, within his legal authority, to 

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Are Animal Rights Activists Really Terrorists?

In 2006 the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) was created, a law which meant that animal rights activists could now be charged under terrorism laws for causing property damage or impacting the profit lines of animal businesses if they used “interstate commerce” (such as the internet or cell phones) to carry out the action. 54 more words


And the Oscar for Most Outraged goes to...

If you have been living under a Wi-Fi free rock you probably wouldn’t know that the 2015 Oscar Awards were this past Sunday. But since you’re probably not a hermit, here’s a little rehash… 1,051 more words

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