Tag Archives: Cyber-Warfare

The Hollywood Magnet

Some places are magnets – Manhattan, Paris, Hollywood – you’re going to end up there one day, somehow, and maybe you’ll stay, and maybe the move from upstate New York in 1981 was inevitable. The marriage had ended and the … Continue reading

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Inevitable Adjustments

Sometimes it’s fine being the crazy old uncle who lives in Hollywood, the one whose college years were the last four years of the sixties, when the entire culture shifted, lurching away from the conformist and stifling fifties – to … Continue reading

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Things Do Change

Eleven months before the next presidential election, as a blustery December began, the news was filled with the somewhat unexpected. Herman Cain, the Republican hopeful, the former CEO of the Godfather’s Pizza chain, suspended his campaign – effectively giving up. … Continue reading

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