Christopher Carosa

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Christopher Carosa was born on the third floor of Mercy Hospital in Buffalo, New York on a hot summer morning in mid-July, 1960. Barely a Kindergartner, he and his younger brother produced a daily newspaper (for just one day, and mainly as an excuse to type on their mother's vintage typewriter). He conducted his first public reading in first grade at the age of six, where he read a story he wrote about "Herbie the Helicopter" (sort of like "the little train that could" except with rotors instead of wheels).

Later, as a teenage rebel who detested all things literature and English class, he once joined with a small band of classmates in tenth grade who refused a class assignment to read a novel and write an analysis of it. The teacher gave ea
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We Need High-Speed Broadband, Now!

“I would long since for the time that no votes buy our cares;
For people that once possessed command, high civil office, legions and all else,
now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses.”

– From Satire X, Juvenal, ca. 100 AD

When the Roman satirical poet Juvenal wrote these lines centuries ago, he meant it as an expose of government corruption. It also r

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Great book! Scott Adams offers an excellent and readable introduction to a normally difficult-to-understand topic using currents events most people will be familiar with.
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Those familiar with the subject of "influence" will recognize several of the studies cited in the this book. Unlike other books dealing with "influence," Nemeth takes a mirror-image approach. She focuses on the value of non-conformity rather than way ...more
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A bit dated but an excellent trip down memory lane. Still, it contains several pertinent money quotes, perhaps even more obvious now than when it was originally written.
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