Steve J. Moore

About the Author

This, being the blog of Steve J. Moore, is in no way, shape, or form, an expression of the opinions or positions of any other persons to whom the works herein may be informally attributed. Any attempt to wrest from this blog, ownership, be it partial or whole, of the ideas presented is punishable by an authority or deity of the person’s choosing.

me

Here’s what my Twitter profile says (which includes a little more personal info in tag-friendly fashion):

Educator, writer, blogger, technophile, socializer, coffee addict, grad student, bad golfer, food fan, poet, content human being.

“Umuntu ngumuntu nagabant.” -The Spirit of Ubuntu

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  1. Steve,

    Nice work on the blog. They are a lot of work, and I can see you have plenty of effort invested in this one. Interesting read.

    Keep Reading….Keep Writing…Keep thinking!

    ~Stan

  2. […] week, an e-friend of mine, Steve J. Moore, proposed an interesting question: Does the Internet reflect Humanity or vice versa? To start the […]

  3. […] week, an e-friend of mine, Steve J. Moore, proposed an interesting question: Does the Internet reflect Humanity or vice versa? To start the […]

  4. […] Britannica (Volume Ca-De) in anticipation of this post!  It’s finally here!  Many thanks to Steve J. Moore for getting me involved in this.  If you have not already, go back and read parts 1-3.  You can […]

  5. So where are you a grad student?

  6. Missouri State University in Springfield.

  7. I love your site. Keep it up !

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