Peter W. Singer at HacDC.

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Forget moblogging. It’s too much hassle to be workable because it never works, and it wrecks my formatting.

 <p>I just got back from <a href="">HacDC</a>, where tonight Peter Singer, author of <a href="">Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century</a><img src="" width="1" height="1" border="0" alt="" style="border:none !important; margin …

If only the private sector got turnaround times like this.

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Not too far away from where I live is Tyson's Corner, Virginia, a veritable hotspot of commerce, .com site headquarters, overpriced stores, and shopping malls of assorted shapes, sizes, and funny looks given if you walk in wearing ripped jeans and a "DIE YUPPIE SCUM" t-shirt. Since I moved into the DC metroplex back in '05 the Tyson's Corner area has been in one stage or another of the planning and construction of a new Metrorail station. Obviously, this involves a certain amount of disruption of daily life from crews busily tearing up the roads, highways, sidwalks, and parking lots …


Moblog test post.

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This is a test post to see if I've got <a
moblogging support in <a
Pivot set up correctly. Expect this to
be a boring and orchestrated post while I fool around with HTML markup.
I don't think that tags can be embedded in moblog posts like they can
in PivotX, which I haven't gotten
around to setting up yet.
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