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You Oughta Know - Flynn February 16, 2017
Flynn is the current news, but the administration is not done with the fallout. Also, an awesome woman of the day.

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There is too much to cover to summarize the Flynn debacle in a few words (or a few paragraphs), but I wanted to link to some of the resources in chronological order I have come across to explain the crumbling of the current administration. (And make no mistake, this situation is a big deal and could amount to treason charges for Flynn and impeachment inquiries.)

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The activist and the persecutor November 20, 2016
My thoughts in the aftermath of the election are not kind to the group with whom I was born to identify.

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You Oughta Know - Flynn February 16, 2017
Flynn is the current news, but the administration is not done with the fallout. Also, an awesome woman of the day.

You Oughta Know - Unanimous February 10, 2017
The unanimous appeals court vote coupled with Senate confirmation hearings. Plus, links to try to lighten the mood.

You Oughta Know - The Senate February 8, 2017
The Senate might as well be a reality TV Show, history is repeating itself, and Jake Tapper has had enough.

You Oughta Know - Supreme Vacancy February 2, 2017
Yesterday's You Oughta Know was bumped by computer troubles; today, let's take back control.

You Oughta Know - That Catholic Thing You Do January 31, 2017
Today’s You Oughta Know includes reactions of the Catholic Church hierarchy to recent news; they may surprise you.

You Oughta Know - Too Much January 30, 2017
You Oughta Know today provides resources to the too much that happened between Friday and Monday.

You Oughta Know - Writing on the Wall January 27, 2017
Today’s You Oughta Know includes awesome women, rogue Twitter accounts, and an incorrigible former vice president.

I Think That You Oughta Know (formerly Eloquent Roundup) January 26, 2017
Reviving an old idea to share information without a longer post, automating where possible along the way.

The Taint December 13, 2016
The PEOTUS has the power to disrupt the news cycle; it's time for truth-tellers and fact-checkers to get to work.

The activist and the persecutor November 20, 2016
My thoughts in the aftermath of the election are not kind to the group with whom I was born to identify.

NaNoWriMo October 31, 2016
I decided to participate in NaNoWriMo; God help me.

Picking Up The Pebbles October 25, 2016
How Pebble’s feature additions have strengthened my desire for the Apple Watch.

Apple’s Trial Run October 19, 2016
There is a seemingly standard period of time during which every Apple product could be a success or a failure.

Reading the Apple Tea Leaves September 17, 2016
Any major move Apple makes can be traced back to previous product improvements, in hindsight.

Fashionable Apple August 17, 2016
Apple has always had something fashionable up its sleeve; it didn't start with the Apple Watch.

On Windows August 16, 2016
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On Writing, A Retrospective June 24, 2016
I finally completed one of my long-standing wishes: to migrate my back catalog of writings. Here is what I found.

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On Fighting March 31, 2016
At this time more than any other, we need to stand together and fight the status quo.

Why I bought Day One 2.0 February 10, 2016
Day One 2.0 was a paid upgrade; don’t complain when someone’s livelihood is at stake!

The Future of Computing January 21, 2016
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Journaling Simplicity January 12, 2016
This will be an interesting year, as I attempt to add simplicity to my life prior to an upcoming familial addition.

2016 or Embracing Simplicity December 28, 2015
For my second outing on @withSpoken, I discuss new year's resolutions and embracing simplicity.

Smartwatches and Smart Watches December 4, 2015
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Ben Brooks on Sleep November 23, 2015
I can't add anything to this fantastic rant about sleep from @benjaminbrooks, but I agree with every word.

Silence, Siri! November 20, 2015
I don't normally link to tips and tricks, but this one seems like a no brainer that should have been a default!

Spoken and Podcasting November 13, 2015
I am trying out @withSpoken with my first post; I go meta with podcasting.

Ben Brooks on Minimalism November 11, 2015
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British Plug Design November 5, 2015
Recently, @TheLoop linked to an article and video about plug design and I'll never look at it the same way again.

TouchScale November 4, 2015
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Apple TV App Discoverability Follow-up November 3, 2015
Another excellently-titled blog post from @JoeCaiati, this time about app discoverability on the new Apple TV.