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A New Look for an Old Nemesis

As many of you have probably read, Windows 8 is going to include an update to the appearance of the infamous Blue Screen of Death (a.k.a. BSoD).
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Apocalypse Presaged by Washington Earthquake, Enduring Popularity of Justin Bieber

It seems like only yesterday—oh wait, it was yesterday—that I was sitting quietly at my desk when an unexpected rolling sensation beneath my feet disturbed
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Please Donate to End Famine in East Africa

While most major media outlets in the United States have been focused on the US debt ceiling debate and Standard & Poor’s recent downgrade
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How RomeVille Gradually and Insidiously Usurped Control of My Life

Those of you who know me well will be unsurprised by the hyperbole in the title of this piece. Those of you who know me even better will, with some amusement,
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Volunteering for Business à la Tom Sawyer

Now that I finally have a moment, I’d like to share with you a brief after action review of Hodgson’s participation in this year’s CVC-sponsored
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Washingtonians Use Twitter and Facebook Incessantly, Melt Own Brains

According to Men’s Health (a magazine I’d heretofore not read once) Washington, DC is the most socially networked city in the country. Surprised? I wasn’t.
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Race to End Poverty Successful—Chevy Chase, MD No Longer Impoverished!

Saturday April 9th saw an elite group of Olympic-caliber athletes emerge from behind the keyboards and monitors at Hodgson’s Kensington offices
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Groupon for Business: The Next Blue Light Special?

By now, you’re probably familiar with the sorts of deals available to the average shopper via sites like Groupon and Living Social
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