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Archive for March 8th, 2011

TechHuman – The Death of Serendipity; Misadventure, or Murder Most Foul? -Scott Wyant

TechHuman – The Death of Serendipity; Misadventure, or Murder Most Foul? -Scott Wyant

Ah, serendipity. Letting chance into our lives. The joy of discovering something we didn't even know we were looking for -- or, better yet, looking for one thing and finding something more useful, more beautiful. But serendipity is rapidly becoming a shining artifact of the past. Whodunnit? Well, Google, actually. What's serendipity? It's flipping through the records in a record store, [...]

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Fresh From the Farm – Katie Malich

Today is not just an ordinary Tuesday in many parts of the world. As any party-goer in New Orleans or Rio de Janiero can tell you, today is Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras: a day of feasting and, in cities like Rio and New Orleans, carnivals, parades and partying before the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday. The traditional observation of Lent, the 40 period in many Christian liturgical calendars [...]