Hacking is Not a Crime In the digital age, the term “hacker” often conjures images of shadowy figures committing cybercrimes. However, this portrayal is a far cry from the truth about the hacker community and its contributions to society. The narrative that all hackers are inherently malicious is not only misleading but also overlooks the […]
America Died 06/24/22 Fourth of July weekend is here, and everyone is excited to celebrate 246 years of Red, White, and Blue. I can’t say I feel celebratory. I feel as I’ve been mourning the loss of a friend this past week. America is dead. Before I’m attacked for being dramatic, hear me out. America […]
This Is Not A Catch-22 In his 1961 novel Catch-22, Joseph Heller coined the titular term to describe an inescapable dilemma created by contradictory limitations. A ‘damned if I do, damned if I don’t’ type of problem. I find many voters in America today believe they are in a catch-22 with this presidential election. But that […]
Winners of the River Valley Film Society’s HOMEVID-19 home movie contest were announced Saturday. My film “Socially Distanced. Still Hungry.” won best movie!
Article in BSAVVY Magazine describing the benefits and progress of technology in Fort Smith. Written as a promotional for 2600’s “Shell on the Boarder” CFT competition.