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MS Office Fails

I am not one of those elitists who considers MS Office too pedestrian, as if the sanctity of Perfect Office is so superior. The latter is better, but not for the reasons most aficionados offer. Nor is LibreOffice so cool … Continue reading

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Wide Open Info

I’ve often said the only activism even vaguely appealing to me is open information standards. That’s not to say no one has any business with privacy and encryption, but I don’t need those things for my work. Sure, I need … Continue reading

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Reminders

PCM was a great reminder. The effort to go through it enough times to reduce some of my obscure grammar and expand on some areas where it moved too fast was a real blessing. It reminded me of things that … Continue reading

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