Archive for March, 2016

Breaking (in) the Code


I admit it: I can’t write code. I studied it a long time ago, back when computers weren’t portable and the Internet did not exist. But I dearly need a refresher course.

Why is knowing how to code important for me, and for everyone who expects to be employed at some point in the future? It’s because understanding the logic underlying code is fundamental to being a modern worker and citizen. Read More

Car dreams

Not everyone really loves cars, of course.  Young techies seem to prefer a combination of the latest tech devices, their dogs and their bicycles. Older people tend to view cars in a more utilitarian way, something that will get them to where they need to be, giving them mobility at an age when their parents might have been housebound. As for me, I grew up in a time of Corvettes and tail fins, endless chrome Read More

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