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I Don’t Compute, I Think

The replies are coming in to my “Millennium Masterclass” questionnaire (CE: January/February 1994). I borrowed the answer I most admire to date for this column’s headline. It responds to the unintentionally explosive question: If you are not a computer user, please explain why. Wow! That particular answer made me feel like I had asked someone for the time and been ...

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Happy New Year’s Revolution

It’s been an interesting decade so far. We have seen the end of the Cold War, the Gulf War, and the Middle East War. The defense budget is dropping like a barometer in Bali, and we are retooling our factories to the realities of peace: Our salesmen now sell butter, not guns. We face other national problems-including health-care reform-but they ...

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