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If electronics are evil I am going straight to hell, and why my kids will (probably) never graduate

Not too long ago my brother wrote a great blog post called¬†“Sociability” in which he talks about how a real community is one in which you know everyone but maybe don’t always like everything about them, and how that’s ok … Continue reading

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Blame it on Mercury

Ok, so I now have an explanation for why my friends have been flaking out, my Nook seems to have disappeared into thin air (seriously – like it was part of a magic trick in my apartment; there one minute, … Continue reading

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Michael Ellsburg’s pro-unschooling book (even though he might not know it)

“I typed these words on a computer designed by Apple, co-founded by the college dropout Steve Jobs.¬† The program I used to write it was created by Microsoft, started by the college dropouts Bill Gates and Paul Allen. And as … Continue reading

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