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Day 306: Without distraction

Thursday, November 2, 2017

For the sake of her privacy, I’m not going to name-drop the owner of this urban sanctuary. I’m just a little floored that a television personality of her stature has absolutely zero televisions in her apartment.

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Cognitive Computing is beginning to impact our lives

As a kid I always wondered if there was a computer that can work like a human brain with all the complexities.  Well it seems like cognitive computing is the answer. 132 more words


Past Imperfect - #96

Noel began to wonder if his marriage was on the rocks once his wife began to taunt him with smoking implements during breakfast. Naturally, this prospect initially troubled him, as divorces could prove rather tiresome, what with lawyers poking around in bank accounts and hurtful but true accusations being flung about in a heated courtroom. 728 more words


Mobile phones destroying people's private lives

They have been marketed as a way to make us all more “connected”, but a new academic study shows that mobile phones could be destroying people’s private lives and even affecting their ability to think.

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Meet the Cast: Private Lives

Simon Patton
(Victor) Following the adage “Go West, young man”, Simon Patton has finally made it to the west side of the Bay in his debut for the Ross Valley Players, having frequently been seen at the Masquers Playhouse, and before that at Contra Costa Civic Theatre, and before that in upstate New York. 163 more words


Meet the Cast: Private Lives

Laura Morgan (Sibyl) is thrilled to make her debut at Ross Valley Players and to continue her run of Noël Coward plays.  She was most recently seen as Elvira in Pittsburg Community Theatre’s production of… 370 more words