Tag Archives: United States

You Kids These Days!

By Ben Spielberg Ray Bradbury, the author of Fahrenheit 451 famously abhorred television, so much so, that he directly related television with destruction. Instead, he preferred what was most comfortable to him: libraries. According to Bradbury, kids did not need … Continue reading

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Of Kings and Vagabonds

By Jaron Zanerhaft When we had decided to leave, I knew approximately how much the trip would cost, how unlikely it was that we would make it back to Los Angeles in time for work, and how much physical strain … Continue reading

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Online Gambling Bankrupts Souls

By Jaron Zanerhaft On Friday, the FBI shut down three of the largest internet gambling sites to cater to US citizens.  Online gambling has been illegal for years, yet as addicts of any type know, legality is only a speed … Continue reading

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Social Networking Goes Political

Image by dbking via Flickr By Ben Spielberg October 25, 2010 marked the date where, for Facebook users around the world, everything turned unexpectedly. An application was released by the Democratic Party this week that will enable users of the … Continue reading

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The Power of YouTube

Image via CrunchBase By M. Alexander While I was growing up, I was always told “you should read more books and watch less television.  Reading is educational and television is mindless.”  This did not make much sense to me.  What … Continue reading

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