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Following in the Footsteps

On my second pilgrimage in Spain – this time from Tui to Santiago de Compostela along the Camino Portugues – I became aware of the importance of this prayerful walk as one in which I was not alone, even though … Continue reading

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information and ethics: a conundrum?

As the first entry in this discussion about ethical issues associated with information management and use, I invite your answers to the question posed in the title of this post. Webster’s dictionary defines conundrum as “1 : a riddle whose … Continue reading

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