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A personal weblog by Paul Bausch, a web developer in Corvallis, OR

Read This First Dan Hon: No oneโ€™s coming. Itโ€™s up to us. - There aren't enough :clap: across Medium to properly like/star/favorite this. Web Dev Frank Chimero:

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They're the best: There are a few more videos and an interview at WFUV: David Rawlings: 2018. West Coasters, see them live now. I've seen them several times and it's always an amazing show.

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Lots of dystopian links for some light weekend reading! Soc Meeds Boston Review: Philip K. Dick and the Fake Humans - Maybe PKD was more right than Orwell or Huxley.

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Some links for your consideration: NYT: The First Woman to Translate the โ€˜Odysseyโ€™ Into English - I'm 40% through her translation (thanks Kindle) and it is accessible and entertaining. The intr

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One Year at Oregon State University

It was just about a year ago that I posted about a new job at Oregon State Unversity Ecampus. It's a good time to stop and reflect on where I'm at. Apparently Ecampus thought so too because they did a a quick "getting to know you" interview with me:

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I'm on day 17 of my Twitter fast and I do feel like I'm missing things. I'd like to be able to see what's happening with friends and co-workers without feeling like I'm walking into a kaleidoscope at a circus in the middle of a casino. At one time tweets were just text. Now tweets have embedded video gifs with talismanic vi

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If I was still on Twitter I'd link to this article by Joel Spolsky with the text, "This." Instead, I'll say that Joel describes the Twitter and Facebook addiction problem better than I've been able to: Birdcage liners. For a look at the mec

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Here are some links to check out: Cory Doctorow: Persuasion, Adaptation, and the Arms Race for Your Attention Los Angeles Review of Books:

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"But Paul," I can hear you saying through the internet, "how do you stay informed about the outside world if you can't visit Twitter and Facebook?" That's a great question but I'm afraid we've run out of time for today, sorry. I was a huge Google Reader fan and I still use an RSS reader. When Google Reader shut d

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My growing sense of dread about the corporate social media networks that dominate the modern web has prompted twin 2018 resolutions: 1.) Do not contribute content directly to social media networks owned by corporations. 2.) Break the daily habit of consuming information directly from Facebook and Twitter. I feel

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teasel persists

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I'm taking a break from link-sharing for a while for my own mental health. However, there are a few articles that I've been thinking about that I want to throw into the void for your consideration: Slate: R

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