Category Archives: computers

THE NEW ORWELLIAN AGE

  If you attended high school in the USA there is a very good chance you had to read a book called “1984” by George Orwell.  It’s always been pretty much a basic read for high schoolers.  I don’t know … Continue reading

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DAMN SPELL-CHECK…FULL SPEED AHEAD!

Nowadays, I  describe myself as a writer.  Before I retired, most of my life I wore labels like broadcaster, program director, marketing director, executive, or manager.  The trouble with the writer label is that I do not live up to … Continue reading

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SMARTS

I do not have a smart phone. Nor do I have a smart watch. I don’t drive a smart car and I don’t live in a smart house.  I don’t track how many paces or miles I go each day … Continue reading

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LOVE MY COMPUTER, HATE MY COMPUTER, LOVE MY COM….

(A reminder first to my self-publishing colleagues:  Beginner Lesson #1 is now available at http://marckuhn.com.  Just follow the front page link to the self-publishing section of the website, then look for the link to Lesson #1)  I spend more time … Continue reading

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YouTube, The New Frontier

  I touched on the coming age of television in my last posting about wanting to be a  young boy again.  It was an exciting time for the visual medium.   The future for television was wide open.  The first monumental … Continue reading

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