Ethical Culture as a Beacon in a Tech World

Janet Glass
The theater is packed. When the curtain goes up, we meet Marjorie, an 86-year-old woman in intimate and flirtatious conversation with a doting, handsome young man. Their dialogue reveals a long marriage complete with a grown daughter. The scene is jarring. How can this be? After a while the audience figures out
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What it Means to be Human

I have devoted my past five platform addresses to the political maelstrom that lies ahead. As powerful as the impulse to speak again about the political circumstances we are in and the dangers we face, I want to temporarily turn away from that theme and devote my February talk to a topic closer to the […]
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by Janet Glass “Mommy, iPad” “Mommy, iPad,” I heard a toddler say while on a red -eye flight to San Francisco. I woke up and I looked her way. She was maybe a year and a half, not yet speaking in full sentences. Her mom was eager to go back to sleep. She pulled the […]
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