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Bitcoin is worth $6,000 for the first time this year

Enlarge (credit: Peter KovalevTASS via Getty Images) Last year was a brutal one for holders of bitcoin. The price fell from its all-time high of $19,500 in December 2017 to a low of $3,100 a year later. Then the price … Continue reading

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Consider this – Alexa is always listening and collecting data about you

The Daily Dot – Here’s what you need to know about the security and privacy implications of smart speakers, both the myths and the realities – 1) Smart speakers are always listening – One of the first things you’ll hear … Continue reading

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Is your son or daughter graduating high school this month? College-bound students need advanced directives.

Imagine receiving a phone call that your child is in the hospital thousands of miles away, and the doctors and nurses refuse to provide you with medical information about his or her condition. This is a very real situation that … Continue reading

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You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

As Greg Graffin once sang, Sometimes Truth is Stranger than Fiction (my web optimizer people discourage obscure punk rock references, not to mention the fact that flaunting my ’80’s indie rock credentials dates me a bit).  You’re about to hear … Continue reading

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RICH LOWRY ON WILLIAM BARR’S TESTIMONY AND THE RUSSIAN COLLUSION NARRATIVE HOAX: “In sum, this is …

RICH LOWRY ON WILLIAM BARR’S TESTIMONY AND THE RUSSIAN COLLUSION NARRATIVE HOAX: “In sum, this is all a non-scandal that shows how small the Russia controversy has gotten—from alleged treason to a squabble over a summary of a report that … Continue reading

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