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Sherry Turkle and Being Alone Together

On Monday, July 30, I heard a fabulous lecture about technology and how it defines our relationships. Sherry Turkle, an MIT professor, spoke about being “Alone Together” at Chautauqua Institution, New York. I wrote down some key points to share, … Continue reading

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September 11, a Decade Later

I wrote the following essay for the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks, and I thought I’d share it today. It was published in Portrait, a souvenir edition of the Beaverton Valley Times, the Tigard Times and the Tualatin Times, … Continue reading

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Chautauqua Documentary Airs

I’ve done some of my best writing, and thinking, at Chautauqua Institution in New York. For much of my life, I attended part of the nine-week summer season each year, participating in the Boys and Girls Club, making life-long friends, … Continue reading

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