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Dan Dubno

From Father to Son: What You Should Know About Windows 8

Dan Dubno | Posted 01.16.2013 | Technology
Dan Dubno

I understand how seductive the promise and possibilities of a new Microsoft operating system may initially appear, my boy. Sure, I can tell you that, from long excruciating experience, costs usually outweigh any advantages.

Politicizing Breast Cancer: Komen Foundation's "Race For Controversy"

Dan Dubno | Posted 04.02.2012 | Politics
Dan Dubno

Instead of "Racing For a Cure" and helping women in need get adequate health care, women are being treated as political pawns in the business-as-usual election mud fight. Shame!

Walter Cronkite: When He Wasn't 'The Most Trusted Man in America'

Dan Dubno | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Dan Dubno

As we mourn "the most trusted man in America" we also mourn the kind of television news that no longer exists. Today, the job he perfected has largely lost its relevance.

Auto Industry Teammates

Dan Dubno | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Dan Dubno

We all know that the car occupies a central position in our way of life, yet aside from adding DVD players and coffee cup holders, we've done little to integrate ideas from the rest of our society.

Amazon's Kindle DX: The End of Paper?

Dan Dubno | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Dan Dubno

Everyone who has predicted the demise of paper has so far been completely wrong. But that was before the advent of a fully-functional full-figured e-book reader.

Blowing Things Up: In Praise of a Pyrotechnical Education

Dan Dubno | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business
Dan Dubno

I'm not suggesting we raise a nation of pyromaniacs. But youthful experimentation is a prerequisite to innovation, to giving kids "license to think outside the box."