Monthly Archives: February 2012

Openness in Hamantaschen?

Hi, all,I got the whole concept of cookie cleavage from an  estranged friend of mine named Marjorie Peskin.  Cleavage seemed to be the best thing to call that space where the filling peeks out.  But the rest of the ideas, … Continue reading

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“Honey, could you fix my computer?”

  My husband was a contributor to the firmware in the earliest personal computers made by Commodore, and was VP of software for Atari for 12 years.  Now I’m going to brag for a minute.  The Commodore 64 was the … Continue reading

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PDA–Personal Digital Archives

I went to the Personal Digital Archiving Conference this weekend. This Conference is fairly new, only three years old, and is put on by The Internet Archive, a 501(c) 3 organization that is dedicated to saving stuff on the Web, … Continue reading

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Facebook, you need a mom!

While Facebook might be a lot of things, it isn’t female-heavy.  There are NO women on the board, despite the fact that Sheryl Sandberg, the COO, is a woman who is vocal in supporting women’s rights. A board today is supposed … Continue reading

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