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Steven Saus

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Steven Saus injects people with radioactivity as his day job, but only to serve the forces of good.

He is an author, sociologist, publisher, and nuclear medicine technologist living in Dayton, Ohio. His first venture into writing and publishing was while in second grade using a mimeograph machine. He has been writing ever since.

He blogs at ideatrash.
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Talkin’ Bout Your Verification (And Federation)

There are two things you need to do and remember as social media transforms itself.

There is no central authority verifying any identity on the internet.You are responsible for doing the due diligence to make sure that account you’re talking to really is whom they claim to be.

That means is that if you find a social media account for a brand, a person, an organization, you cannot assume that the

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