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“Fixing” cheap electronics

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New Camera

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Snow Dog at the Dog Park

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Marty Sasaki, RIP

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Following up on last August’s arrest

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“Buying” a cell phone

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More fallout from the Coakley campaign

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When Everything Changed

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Google Voice Mail

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Phone and electric outlets

My mother’s house, where I’m staying until tomorrow morning, was buit in 1948. At that time, phones came from the phone company and ran on power that came down the phone line. So nobody thought it was necessary to put a power outlet next to the telephone connection. This started being a problem when my […]

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