Bicycle, Florence, Italy 2013


  • The Future of Privacy
    Mar 10, 2014

    During Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, a security-oriented mobile phone called the Blackphone made a small splash by emphasizing the role of protecting against the NSA and other snoopers. The phone runs a modified version of Android, with all of Read on! →

  • Free Speech and the Workplace
    Jan 5, 2014

    Whenever some television personality opens their mouth in an interview, there is a good chance that a roaring stream of toxic garbage will spew forth from their lips. So it was with Phil Robertson, old-bigot guy on A&E’s Duck Dynasty. Read on! →

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    People on the Street
    Jun 29, 2013

    One of the goals in coming to Italy is not just to see the artwork, the buildings, the cities and the beauty of the landscape, but to work on a photo project as part of my study abroad class. For Read on! →

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    Italy Says “Relax”
    Jun 28, 2013

    Saturday night found the group kicking back and relaxing, and Joy, Ana, Pallas Athena and I were drinking a gigantic bottle of wine on the steps of the 600-year-old Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. The week previous had been Read on! →

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    Days in Venice
    Jun 26, 2013

    Stepping off the train as we pulled into Venice, it became apparent that I was in for a radically different experience from Florence. Venice looks like all the romantic images of the winding canals through Renaissance architecture, the narrow and Read on! →