In my book, I touch on four personal experiences of fraud. First: A compassionate friend arranges for me to receive a welfare check, then promptly steals it from my mailbox. Next, a progressive, liberal developer takes a $45,000 deposit on a condo to be built, then dramatically increases the property’s “cost”, and then tells me… Continue reading Avoid Becoming A Victim of Fraud
In a fit of virus this past weekend, I binge-watched Halt and Catch Fire. (At $9/mo, Netflix is my single TV station.) I loved everything about the show: the horde of nerds I so relate to, the passion-based work that leaves us unconcerned with “hours”, the beautiful geek-love, and the wild competition in personal computing’s earliest… Continue reading Halt and… Commit Fraud?