Category Archives: social media

Happy Father’s Day Mr. Biden

  President Biden took a tumble off his bike today while riding in a Delaware State Park. Apparently, his foot was caught on the bike pedal while dismounting, a common problem even for experienced rider. Thankfully, the 79 year old … Continue reading

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News Overdose?

  Reading too much news is bad for you. Of course, too much of anything is no good. But media in particular are competing to grab our attention. Just look at their headlines. They are written to catch our eyeballs … Continue reading

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Our Virtual Friends

  You know whom I am talking about. We all have them – people we never met (in person) but connected through clicks online. Social medium is the cause. And the effect . . . well that’s another blog. By … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 1 May 2022

First, a slight bit of relief from the Mariupol steel plant stand-off. United Nations and International Committee of the Red Cross were able to evacuate civilians there this weekend. This is after the UN Secretary-General António Guterres met with Russian President … Continue reading

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A Primer On GDPR

  GDPR stands for general data protection regulation. It is an European Union rule that protects individual privacy by regulating how people’s personal data are used. The rule aims to enhance individuals’ control and rights over their personal data.  Something … Continue reading

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Is Free Speech Really Free?

  Big news about Elon Musk buying the Twitter.  The world’s richest man and a powerful social medium platform, what could possibly go wrong? Mr. Musk wants free speech, including imploring his fieriest critic to stay with the Twitter. However, … Continue reading

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Week in review – 3 Apr 2022

Like many people, I read news to understand the world around me. To stay connected. Maybe it is my introverted way of maintaining a social connection.  But more often than not, the news reflects what a messy world we live … Continue reading

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News From Mariupol (Ukraine)

The city has been besieged by Russian military and was presented an ultimatum to surrender by 5 AM today (local time). The offer was rejected by the Ukraine government. Associated Press video journalist, Mstyslav Chernov, and photographer, Evgeniy Maloletka, went … Continue reading

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To My Russian Friends – A Message From Arnold Schwarzenegger

  One person’s voice may seem insignificant. But Arnold Schwarzengger decided to speak up on the lie about the Ukraine Invasion in a message today directed to the Russian people (Vladimir Putin included). His message was personal, touching and worthy … Continue reading

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Information – A Double-Edge Sword

  In this digital world, information hold the potential to influence people and affect event outcome. Powerful tool. Thereby, there is the abundance of information, misinformation, and noises.  No shortage of them all. To wit, was the 2020 US election … Continue reading

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