Category Archives: Politics and Philosophy

This thread focuses on unintended consequences of political decision

Why Not Vote for the Political Insider? Listen to Horatio Bunce!

Today there is a focus on the “Citizen Politician” with the rise in the polls of Donald Trump and Ben Carson – the “political outsiders.”   You can see them as the solution to a country on the wrong track  or just … Continue reading

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A World Too Perfect

Today, admittedly, April Fools day, I heard a story from the sports world that for the first time, a major league baseball umpire was over-ruled by a computer.  I’m not a big sports fan so I was a little surprised … Continue reading

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The First Open Source – Ben Franklin?

I am a huge open source proponent, not just because of all the advantages it brings to the world, but also because the community demonstrates a way of doing things that is exciting because it so incredibly successful, surprising and, in … Continue reading

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