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BONUS POST: A Very Special Day for All of Us (and You, Too)

Mark’s Note: This is an updated version of a post I originally did exactly four years ago today. This week we have a special day that affects the entire civilized world, and yet we don’t treat it as if it’s … Continue reading

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Entry 504: Till Me Do You Part

Mark’s Note: While I’m in Florida dealing with my mother’s health issues, I’ve arranged for a guest blogger. I hope you enjoy his musings. Hello, folks. Death here. How are you today? Really? Why don’t you let me be the … Continue reading

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Entry 503: Good News, Bad News

GOOD NEWS FOR BINGE WATCHERS TiVo has announced new technology that allows viewers to watch a one-hour TV show in 31 minutes, with no noticeable difference in audio or video quality. Now, to be fair, remember that a commercial-free one-hour … Continue reading

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Entry 389: The Wedding Blog Part XXXIV: Countdown, Episode 2

Continued from last time–the days before the wedding, with additional comments from Casey in bold. October 8–A large box comes for Casey and Alex. It is a wok. According to the packing slip, it is from a lovely couple in … Continue reading

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Entry 383: Hash Tag Stupid

Now that we’re into a new TV season, I have a complaint. Why can’t I watch a television show in peace anymore? I long for the good old days when there were only a few hundred channels and one gadget … Continue reading

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Entry 314: Taking It Up the Glass

When a movie theater owner became concerned about one of his patrons wearing Google Glass, he did exactly what any sane person would do: he called the Department of Homeland Security. Google Glass, of course, is the invention that lets … Continue reading

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Entry 177: Fifteen Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy

1. Obviously, Connecticut, New York and New Jersey are not well-equipped to handle hurricanes.  But that doesn’t mean that people in Florida (and by “people,” I mean my mother) should tell you how nice the weather is there. I’d like … Continue reading

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