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Wednesday’s Heroes: Rusty Schweickart

A side effect of looking toward the skies is that you can’t help but notice stuff moves around up there. Rusty Schweickart, who got closer to the stars than most humans have or, at this rate, ever will, understands that … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Heroes: Abe Sauer

The credo that Real Journalism would not quail before the Internet, but would instead become a hardy amphibian that hunts in new waters, finds its apotheosis here. Abe Sauer is such a creature, plying the digital currents and explaining two-thirds … Continue reading

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Wednesday’s Heroes: John Clute

xxx xxx xxx It has heft, this work, and its like may not be seen again in printed form. The author himself has moved beyond the book, vowing that future iterations will exist only in our new shared online ether. … Continue reading

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