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Consumers’ Online Privacy Bill of Rights

Friday, February 24th, 2012

The Obama administration has just unveiled a blueprint for future legislation which it is calling a “Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights,” a statement of principles which companies can voluntarily agree to uphold. As a first draft, it is a big step in the right direction. It is high time for such a thing. I will […]

Giving up Facebook for Lent

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

I’m doing it again this year. Kind of a last minute decision as I witnessed at least two or three of my Facebook friends signing off for now, until Easter. I’d been planning to just give up procrastination but one of my biggest ways of procrastinating is checking Facebook (“just one quick little check” and […]

Alex Pang on Contemplative Computing

Friday, February 10th, 2012

Futurist Alex Pang talks about “contemplative computing” on an episode called “Worship 2.0” on Encounter (ABC National Radio, Australia). Alex is at work on a book about Contemplative Computing which he interviewed me for. I’m looking forward to it.

An awesome advance in medical technology

Thursday, February 9th, 2012

I haven’t had time to keep up with blogging about all the tech news lately. It has been flying at me fast and furious. But I just had to give you faithful blog readers something new to chew on, so to speak. Another First For 3D Printing – Woman Receives Jaw Implant I first saw […]