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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
An introduction to the issue from Chair Ed Schoenbaum.
- It isn’t just about time anymore!
Author Frank Ariano finally (after waiting two long months) received his Apple Watch and shares his initial impressions.
- The new you! Or getting some ‘work’ done
Some points to consider if you're contemplating plastic surgery.
- Our survival as tinkerers and creators
The realities of mentorship from the perspectives of both a mentor and mentee.
- Favorite apps
Author William Austin explains why PDF Expert 5 is his preferred app for viewing and editing PDF documents and forms.
- Book review: Go Set a Watchman
A look at Harper Lee's second published book.
- What in the world is Echo?
Echo is voice-activated access to music information, provided you're an Amazon Prime member.
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