Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Michael Stone Online
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Fate Guides Combat Engineer Safely Through World War II and Gives Growth into Manhood

Inside the towering stack of retirement-community condos, through the hotel-like lobby with no desk clerk, up the elevator with a pin-your-own-announcement bulletin board, down the hallway with pictures, American flags and other personal flair at the thresholds, and beyond one [...]

June 27, 2016 History, Journalism/Communications, Photo
The Onion Headlines

30 Onion Headlines: Family’s Late-Sleeper Becomes Morning Champion in Vacation Time Change

Who doesn’t love The Onion’s headlines? Certainly not me. So I decided to write a few of my own. In keeping with The Onion’s style, some are a bit crass, but I hope such doesn’t take away from any humor [...]

June 27, 2016 Journalism/Communications, Reflections
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BYOD in Health Care Requires Extra HIPAA Precautions

Hospitals have differing policies when it comes to letting healthcare providers use their personal — or bring-your-own-device (BYOD) — mobile phones and other electronics to transmit and work with patients’ protected health information (PHI). Simply put, some allow it; some [...]

June 26, 2016 Health, Tech
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My Father’s Day Story: Dynamite, the Army, and the Rural Mountains

It’s funny to learn about how the course of your life changed before you were even born. My grandfather, his brother, two cousins, and two friends were bored on Halloween 1959, so they decided to use dynamite to blow up [...]

June 19, 2016 History, Reflections, Travel & Culture
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5 Tips for Stopping Insider Threats

Employers bring on people who have the skills, who have the certifications, who often have longevity in the field, and who they think they can trust. But in an increasingly complex, globalized, ruthless world, the trust portion is becoming harder and [...]

June 18, 2016 Business, Tech
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Video Recap: Cool Critters, Great People Abound at MBL’s Science Crash Course for Journalists

Because of all the activities a few weeks ago during the Logan Science Journalism Program at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts — analyzing female pronucleus centration in sea urchin eggs, looking for phenotypes after gene deletion in yeast cells, [...]

June 17, 2016 Health, Journalism/Communications, Nature & Wildlife