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David Nunez
David Nunez

Yesterday I had dinner with a friend and, of course, after a couple of Coronas we got to talking about blogs (we’re both hopelessly unashamed geeks).

I went into my standard rant about time-ordered entries being an inadequate way to organize a blog since all the old stuff disappears off the page, no matter how good it is.

I spent some time today flipping back through my archives. Damn. Not to toot my own tuba, but there is some really good stuff in there.

This one, in particular, made me tear up:


It think it’s time to do a “Best of” edition.


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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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