Monthly Archives: October 2011

Self Interest

Tonight we have a special treat, a guest entry by my brother John. Enjoy the reading and feel free to post some comments. SELF INTEREST A short time ago, I was an attorney for a man accused of armed robbery. … Continue reading

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Innovation

I don’t read the news much, but I found myself clicking through New York Times opinion articles this morning.  One was titled “Jobs” no doubt because of the recent passing of Steve Jobs.  The title tends to highlight our lack … Continue reading

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Innocent Until Proven Guilty?

In the United States, as in most legally progressive countries, criminal defendants are granted a “presumption of innocence.”  This presumption is not explicitly in the U.S. Constitution but can be derived from the 5th and 6th Amendments and the U.S. … Continue reading

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Technology Update

On the eve of the iPhone 5 announcement, I have some thoughts about the state of technology this fall (and some advice should you plunk down some money on a gift for yourself or someone else).  There are two main … Continue reading

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