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Tibetan Democracy Day

One of the monks I sponsor makes sure to send me some packets of incense in time for September second each year.  Like many of the Tibetan lamas at Sera Je Monastery in South India, Lobsang has an interest in … Continue reading

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Freedom Of Information Day

Judging by what we’ve heard about U.S. Government surveillance, I’d say that the feds are free to acquire whatever they want from us, but not the other way around.   Until proven otherwise, I’ll continue to hold that opinion. My events … Continue reading

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My Privacy Views

I spent a good portion of 2010 working for the United States Census Bureau.  It was my first, practical exposure to how large numbers of people view privacy concerns.  It was fascinating to observe how my fellow Northeast Nebraskans felt … Continue reading

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