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Technology, Information, and Society

There is no denying that digital technology is developing rapidly (and marketed aggressively) around the world. At the beginning of the ‘digital revolution’ many thought that increasing access to information technologies would have only a positive ‘leveling’ effect, and would in that sense strengthen our society. Years later, we see that this hasn’t really been the case, and that in many ways technology has only exacerbated existing weaknesses in our social structure. Read more about Technology, Information, and Society

Bully

I generally try to keep my posts focused on books and reading, but this week I find myself compelled to write about another topic that deserves equal attention. Read more about Bully

Zombie love?

It seems zombies have been all over popular culture for years now, and their takeover of the publishing world shows no signs of slowing. Zombies have increasingly permeated literary genres beyond traditional horror stories, and a recent library display on zombie fiction showcased their variety. Read more about Zombie love?

Life After Death: The Story of Damien Echols

It’s a nightmarish scenario that reads like a crime novel.  Arkansas, 1993.  Damien Echols is an eighteen year old outcast – he’s from a troubled family and has a bad reputation in the small town of West Memphis.  Then the unbelievable happens:  he and two of his friends are falsely convicted of the brutal murders of 3 young boys.   In the midst of a surreal media circus, using the fl Read more about Life After Death: The Story of Damien Echols

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