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Dylan Woodbury
Works at EnerOne
Attended University of California, Santa Cruz
Lives in Portland, OR
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Definitely hope you do some more LPs of Banished down the road!
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re-read an old Edward Said article, written just after 9/11/2001... a critique of Samuel Huntington's atrocious and influential "Clash of Civilizations". Said:

"How finally inadequate are the labels, generalizations and cultural assertions. At some level, for instance, primitive passions and sophisticated know-how converge in ways that give the lie to a fortified boundary not only between "West" and "Islam" but also between past and present, us and them, to say nothing of the very concepts of identity and nationality about which there is unending disagreement and debate. A unilateral decision made to draw lines in the sand, to undertake crusades, to oppose their evil with our good, to extirpate terrorism and, in Paul Wolfowitz's nihilistic vocabulary, to end nations entirely, doesn't make the supposed entities any easier to see; rather, it speaks to how much simpler it is to make bellicose statements for the purpose of mobilizing collective passions than to reflect, examine, sort out what it is we are dealing with in reality, the interconnectedness of innumerable lives, "ours" as well as "theirs.""
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Reading, among other things, Neal Stephenson's "Anathem", recommended by my dear Uncle Dave. Has me in a Sci-Fi mood. Wondering if anyone has read Kim Stanley Robinson's "2312", and if so, what they might have to say about the book. Or any other recommendations?
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Stephenson's "Snow Crash" was a fun one!
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"The conservative form worships The Constitution as a kind of magical and almost — in some cases you can scratch the “almost”– divinely inspired document, similar to the Bible, in that it contains a correct and satisfactory answer to any possible question that can be asked of it.

The liberal form venerates judges as pseudo-Platonic philosopher guardians, who protect us from the excesses of democratic decision making via their special brand of wisdom.

Both beliefs are or ought to be ridiculous on their face. But such beliefs are psychologically necessary. The alternative is to accept that a K Street lawyer gets to decide what sort of healthcare system America has, for no better reason than that our society, like others, clings to all sorts of irrational customs because of ancestor worship, wishful thinking and sheer inertia."
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It wasn't a matter of technology. David is not an inventor or an engineer, and his insights into his country's electrical problems had nothing to do with fancy photovoltaics or turbines to har...
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so obvious, I know.
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"Assumption Hunters: A New Profession for the Corporation in the Throes of Structural Change"
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If the starving icon appears over a house, it means that the house does not have any food in it's individual stockpile. It doesn't mean that one the people that lives there is starving, yet.
Also, you may want to consider building a tunnel through the hill between your village and the area where the forester and the gatherer are located. While some buildings work better when located a decent distance from the main development, you still want to minimize travel distance for the people that work those buildings. Another alternative is to build housing and stockpile space nearer to those distant buildings.
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Just read this book. DFW's review says it better than I could.
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Web startups are made out of two things: people and code. The people make the code, and the code makes the people rich. Code is like a poem; it has to follow certain structural requirements, and yet o...
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I help people with their email at the library where I work. Yahoo mail has been having lots of technical difficulties lately. I don't think Yahoo is providing enough server resources to meet demand these days.
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"Nobody ... [knew] that the gay-rights case of the century was actually about three or four men getting drunk in front of a television in a Harris County apartment decorated with bad James Dean erotica."
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By day: deportation defense. By night: helping to grow the global footprint of Korea's leading MSW-energy systems company.
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  • EnerOne
    West Coast Sales/Projects Representative, 2012 - present
  • Brian Conry PC
    Paralegal, 2012 - present
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Portland, OR
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Santa Rosa, CA - Santa Cruz, CA - San Francisco, CA - Guanajuato, Mexico - Portland, OR - Pont de Cause, France
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  • University of California, Santa Cruz
    Legal Studies/History, 1998 - 2002
  • Lewis & Clark Law School
    2005 - 2008
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had the one with fennel sausage and mama lil's peppers, and it was super good! crust was a nice balance of light, crispy, and chewy. also, love the ambiance: beautiful, warm, and inviting. I'll definitely be back!
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Sea salt & caramel is yumtown! Bring back the Elvis though :(
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