Much e-ink has been spilled--rightfully so--about the brave new world we live online. Targeted advertising, data breaches, the NSA; it’s easy to grow overwhelmed by the potential dangers of sharing personal information electronically. Practically everything we do on our phones and computers is tracked, often in an effort to sell us something or gain some upper hand (financially, politically, socially, etc.). Consequentially, there is now an unprecedented amount of detailed data about us that's ripe for the parsing.
Ok actually this is more of a rant than a discourse. I tried to be civilized but got all riled in the writing of it. Read on, though, read on- albeit ranty, it is fair and balanced in that I’ve given them both an equal shot at impressing me.
shrewdness 1) n. The quality of being shrewd. 2) n. An aggregation of apes.
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October is a perfect month to remember our roots – of horror. Denver Public Library Film Series has scared up four early fright films that all played a role in the way we see monsters in contemporary film. They are all considered classics of the genre and each of them is a treasure trove of Hollywood horror firsts. Beautiful Monster Film Series starts Tuesday, October 7.
Thinking about having “the talk” with your kids and don’t know where to start? Join New York Times best-selling author Robie Harris at the Central Library, Level B2 Conference Center, on Monday, October 13 at 6 p.m.!
I'm so excited - Atul Gawande (Photo courtesy of Amar Karodkar) has a new book out! Being Mortal is now on order so you can place your holds and have your copy of the book, or book on CD if you prefer the audio version, ready and waiting for you once the actual copies come in (I have my hold placed already). I just love how he can write about medicine and the medical field in a way that a regular person, such as myself, can understand, and he makes it all just so darn interesting and infor