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David Magazine – Books and Phones

49784200_2300385039995541_7246694938954432512_nCouple of pieces in the Jan/Feb 2019 issue of David – Mine is called Cellphone Confidential, about the problematic relationship we have with our cellphones and other hand held technology, while Rasa makes her journalism debut with Reading in the New Year, a list of some of the best books from 2018 and a look ahead at 2019.

Enjoy the read!

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2018 Year in Review

AdobeStock_219577534.jpegAnother one in the books…

Again, the year was marked with new and exciting things for all of us, including some new travel destinations and some interesting work things.

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My DAVID Years | David Magazine

Wow…100 issues go by so fast. With very few exceptions, my words appear in each and every issue, and in this latest one, I get to reflect on that journey. In My DAVID Years, I make reference to a number of pieces I’ve written over the years, most of which can be found either in the David Archives online or right here on this very blog.

Of course, I’d be completely remiss if I didn’t mention Monika, who not only provided a name for one of the pieces but who is often my table-mate while sitting at various coffee shops writing these things.

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Glidin’ High | David Magazine

This month I’m writing about non-powered flight which reaches out to touch the edge of space!

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Same Faces New Chairs | David Magazine

Jewish Federation is Rebranded as Jewish Nevada and Now Includes Northern Nevada and the Jewish Community Center.

In other words, I’m writing about the Las Vegas Jewish community!

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Grab Your Goggles | David Magazine

This month in David Magazine I take a look at virtual education and online schools. This is the future of learning, so come on and Grab Your Goggles and see what all the fuss is about.

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Drawn from Life | David Magazine

My latest piece for David Magazine. A whole passel of women have created comics about life and love…and I tell you all about ’em!

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Day Zero | David Magazine

Once again I have committed writing. This time about the water crises affecting Capetown and, by extension, the whole world. “Our Blue Planet is Running Out of Water”

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David – Winter 2018

This month, due to other peculiarities, I ended up with two pieces in the magazine, so yay! Double shot for everyone! 

The first piece is about how it’s getting tougher and tougher to meet “the one”? There’s an interesting solution I look at and ironically, it involves not looking at all. 

Jewish Nevada Encourages Folks to Connect with the Greater Community

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The second piece is all about getting in shape for the new year. Some new and interesting workouts for you, right in the Las Vegas Valley! 

Finding the Workout that Works for You

Source: Get Shaking | David Magazine

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A Real Stinker | David Magazine

24231915_1755507241149993_8243650543035950392_nIt’s the Thought that Counts, Right?

This month I take a look at some gift giving etiquette – and some of the really bad gifts people have gotten over the years.

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