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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    August 03, 2008

    Malwebolence and the Ring Of Gyges

    This Sunday’s N.Y. Times published an article titled: Malwebolence – The Trolls Among Us. The term ‘troll’ is internet slang for someone who...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    May 06, 2008

    What Peter Drucker Can Teach Us About...

    Peter Drucker (1909-2005) was a world-renowned management consultant, university professor and author of 39 books. Perhaps his most significant work...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    April 12, 2008

    My Historical Thought Experiment

    A thought experiment poses a hypothetical scenario, often physically impossible or at least highly improbable. It attempts to set up conditions that...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    March 19, 2008

    Circling the Mountain – a Critique

    The March 2008 issue of Adventist World (NAD Edition) contains an article titled We have Circled This Mountain Long Enough, by Ron Clouzet, director...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    March 05, 2008

    Open Theism and the Nelson Pike Argument

    In November ’07 the old Spectrum blog site posted an article by David Larson titled Richard Rice Discusses Open Theism, to which there was extensive...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    February 15, 2008

    Deconstructing My Bucket List

    The currently popular movie The Bucket List stars Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman as improbable ‘buddies’ who meet while in cancer treatment, then...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    January 05, 2008

    Revisioning Adventism

    In the current issue (Fall 2007) of Spectrum magazine Chuck Scriven reports on the Adventist Forum Conference in an editorial titled “Who Will...
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  • Written By: Rich Hannon
    December 06, 2007

    Epistemology Stress – Mormon Style

    I live in Salt Lake City, which provides a front-row seat for religious issues affecting the LDS subculture. Recently there has been intense...
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