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Hungry for Another Time

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by Arlen Hollis Kane "Don’t tell me you’re starving." Don’t tell me you’re starving. And certainly don’t tell me you’re starving to death.  When did we stop being hungry?  I ask a friend “Are you hungry?,” and the answer more often than not is “I can eat.”  I know you can eat,

GEORGE WASHINGTON, OUR FIRST TECH GIANT

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by Arlen Hollis Kane AH, FEBRUARY: TIME FOR PRESIDENTS, LOVE AND TECH It’s February and that means I’m musing about Presidents and love and technology.  Okay, you get the President’s Day reference and Valentine’s Day but technology? Hang in there, I’ll explain.  In the meantime, here’s a spoiler alert: Steve Jobs scooch over,

MEMOS FROM MANHATTAN

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by Arlen Hollis Kane Forget What You’ve Heard, We Want You to Come Let’s say you want to visit New York but you don’t want to be a typical tourist, especially not in New York City where, or so you’ve heard, patience is short, people move fast, and tourists are  bounced around

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