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David Nunez
David Nunez
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Tinfoil hat alert: I am listening to a pretty decent documentary on KUT on surveillance in the information-rich age No Place to Hide via American Radioworks

Also, be sure to order the Kaow Soi Kai soup from The Soup Peddler and make your donation to the Red Cross for Tsunami relief:

“This really quite spicy Northern Thai coconut chicken noodle soup is a recent discovery by Zac, our Ivy League dishwashing specialist member of the League of Crafty Soupmakers. This is the ubiquitous noodle soup served in Chiang Mai province. Zac’s test batch received the “slap your mama good” rating from the staff here and we’ll do our best to recreate the magic for you. Note the timing of this Southeast Asian soup… this is our first fundraising soup… orderers please consider adding a suggested $5 donation to your soup bill for us to funnel to the International Red Cross for tsunami relief, and please denote on your checks or leave a note with cash how much your ICRC donation is.” – Soup Peddler email<!–break–>


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Dir of Technology at the MIT Museum • Writing about emerging tech's impact on your life • Speculative insights on the intersection of humanity and technology 🤖


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