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Saturday, March 14, 2015

Saving what I write

New experiment:

When I email a friend or colleague about politics or tech, I often develop my own ideas in the process.

But those words are shut up in private email, not available for me to link to easily or have other people find via search.

I should be saving what I write!

So I'm going to try re-posting emails here, even if the context is a bit obscure and the posts make shallow observations I don't usually think deserve being on the blog.

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