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Writer’s Block: Linked, Wired and… Confused

I wish I were really enlightened when it comes to technology. Correction. I wish I wanted to be more enlightened when it comes to technology. I can’t seem to escape the roaring enthusiasm of people all around me who yelp about another new device that does this or that. Heck, I’m still working on figuring out how the crock-pot works.

Movie Review: “A Dangerous Method” Worth Risking

Esoteric, a bit obscure and yet nonetheless absorbing, director David Cronenberg’s “A Dangerous Method” chronicles what very well may be one of the earliest psychological dramas. Or more correctly, the first one occurring just after the terminology, now so common, came into use. Dr. Jung meets Dr. Freud and our libidos will never be the same.

Proposed Amendment To End Corruption Gains Backing

On Wednesday, California and New York City lawmakers introduced resolutions calling for a constitutional amendment to overturn the U.S. Supreme Court’s controversial 2010 Citizens United decision which characterized political spending as free speech and paved the way for unlimited corporate spending on election campaigns.