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CNN's Doxxing Illustrates Internet Illiteracy, Ineptitude

As a member of a generation that has come of age in near lockstep with the Information Age, incidents such as this are a firm reminder that even in an time in which grandma is on Facebook and we all have relative supercomputers with access to the sum of human knowledge in our pockets, the general population and (more to the point) traditional media simply do not understand internet culture or its reflection and projection on the real world.

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Andrew M. S. Boyd
On The Passing of Astronaut John Glenn

There have been several momentous celebrity passings over the course of the last year, and I was touched by many of them. It wasn’t until this afternoon however that news of a well-known man’s departure from Earth’s mortal trappings moved me very nearly to tears.

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Andrew M. S. Boyd
How Not To Write A Film Review

When I saw Blake Goble’s review of 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi cycle into my RSS feed, I was anticipating a carefully constructed, dispassionate dissection of Michael Bay’s latest effort. Instead, I was treated to the ramblings of a reviewer loudly disparaging a popular movie based almost solely on its challenges to his worldview and a review that only resorted to movie craft critique in the smallest of places.

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