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Ed Gamble
Works at non-violence, as you should too
Attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Lives in Santa Barbara, CA
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"We trusted [the NSA] because they are charged with security" for the U.S., a RSA executive told Reuters. "  I wonder if JPL's mandatory security training would help?  We could send a link. 
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"Our idea is to put the living and the nonliving worlds together to make hybrid materials that have living cells in them and are functional"
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Somehow I got 'Somalia' or at least that is what everybody tells me.  Ah, actually got Japan (where my wife is from and where my kids were born; truth be there).
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I luv this and ur looking good
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This SOOO cracked me up!
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Well congrats but… ~35 years ago, as a HS Chemistry student, I wrote a term paper on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiva_laser. Controlled nuclear fusion was only 10 years away back then.
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"The U.S., for all its love of weaponry and abundance of snow, has never won a medal in biathlon—the only Olympic winter sport in which U.S. athletes have never stood on the podium."
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_"There is a Dutch zoo that wants it, but the Danish zoo says that
the Dutch zoo does not have standards for animal care that live up to Danish standards, and that it is better to be a dead giraffe than a Dutch one."_ stated by a Danish friend of mine perhaps as a ribbing to the joint Dutch friend of ours.  Poor giraffe.
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If voting mattered we would be forbidden from voting.

My fear is that I'll look back upon this time 
as the best time of my life.

Over-promising ones ability to deliver X 
is not an excuse for descoping X.

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  • University of California, Los Angeles
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online.wsj.com

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Even old hands are stunned by Yee allegations
www.latimes.com

SACRAMENTO — ;If there has ever been a more nauseating corruption scandal in Sacramento, I'm not aware of it. Certainly not in the past 50 y

Ad agencies are sad that Apple cares about your privacy
www.tuaw.com

Fears about online privacy have resonated worldwide in recent years. It's simple enough to understand; the amount of personal information we

Russia has gone bonkers for biathlon
online.wsj.com

As Russian fans pack into Sochi's venue, polls now say biathlon is bigger than hockey.

Here Are All Of The Nations That Incarcerate More Of Their Population Th...
www.huffingtonpost.com

A lot has been reported about our nation's prison system and its bloated population, but this is what it looks like when you take all of the

$10m NSA contract with security firm RSA led to encryption 'back door'
www.theguardian.com

• Flawed formula enabled agency to crack into products • RSC and NSA decline to comment

Crime and Punishment in a Free Society
reason.com

Would a free society be a crime-free society?

The Humble Case for Liberty
www.libertarianism.org

The virtue of humility is found in recognizing our limits—and that humility ought to make us libertarians.

Psychiatric drug use in preschoolers stabilizing
www.reuters.com

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - By the end of the last decade, psychiatric medications were being used less often in very young children, a new

The NSA's next move: silencing university professors?
www.theguardian.com

Jay Rosen: A Johns Hopkins computer science professor blogs on the NSA and is asked to take it down. I fear for academic freedom

IBM's new health-care plan for retirees: We'll pay you to shop on insura...
online.wsj.com

Big Blue tells retirees it will give them an annual payment with which to shop on a health-insurance exchange.

Poverty clouds the brain: UBC professor
www.vancouversun.com

Being poor not only depletes your bank account, but it also diminishes how you think, reason and remember, says an intriguing new study by a

Sarah Stillman: The Use and Abuse of Civil Forfeiture
www.newyorker.com

The basic principle behind asset forfeiture is appealing. It enables authorities to confiscate cash or property obtained through illicit mea

Email service used by Snowden shuts itself down, warns against using US-...
www.theguardian.com

Glenn Greenwald: Snowden: "Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo, Apple, and the rest of our internet titans must ask themselves why they aren'

Obama, tech executives met to discuss surveillance
www.reuters.com

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama met with the CEOs of Apple Inc, AT&T Inc as well as other technology and privacy represen

OC Deputy Is Accused of Pepper Spraying Teen's Pizza
www.nbclosangeles.com

An Orange County Sheriff’s Deputy is facing jail time after being accused of pepper spraying a teen's pizza without his knowledge during a t

The FBI is tapping tactics used by hackers to keep tabs on suspects.
online.wsj.com

Law-enforcement officials in the U.S. are expanding the use of tools routinely used by computer hackers to gather information on suspects, b

Millions of US license plates tracked and stored, new ACLU report finds
www.guardian.co.uk

Alarming number of databases across US are storing details of Americans' locations – not just government agencies

Report: New details on death of man at Md. theater
www.seattlepi.com

FREDERICK, Md. (AP) � Police tried to forcibly remove a man with Down syndrome from a Maryland theater with tragic results, despite warnin