Monthly Archives: June 2016

Sunrise After Brexit

  The morning after the Brexit vote, one imagines Britons awakening with a similar sense of bewilderment, and a diametrically opposed sense of outcome.  Those who voted Leave, woke up with a tentative sense of blissful relief, as if a … Continue reading

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The horrendous event of the past weekend in Orlando deserves a special capability of expression that is beyond my ability.  Murder, as always, senseless and evil,  in the instantaneous elimination of innocents whose only crime was to be in the … Continue reading

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People We Should Know #29 – Garry Kasparov

The loneliest place in the world is likely at the chess board in a grandmaster world championship chess match.  Sitting across is the greatest computational foe imaginable, a fellow grandmaster, who is probing for any weakness in conception, multi-dimensional thinking,  preparation … Continue reading

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