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    Solving Homelessness: Goodbye Street People

    Background Firstly, I know, homelessness has a stigma. You can call it whatever you want, but I’m sticking with the most commonly used term. Secondly, this is a broad issue and term. Some people choose to live ‘home free,’ others, battle addiction issues, some just don’t make enough money to afford non-temporary accommodations. Homelessness can look like someone sleeping on the sidewalk, appearing dirty, perhaps conversing with themselves. It could look like someone sleeping in a car, someone at a shelter, someone in transition; it could even be someone staying with a friend or relative. For this post, I want to discuss what many in America’s urban centers might consider…

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    Third Party Hosted Content Policy:

    I may offer mirroring of files used in a project or on a thought piece; I will also include first party links. I mirror them for archival purposes (things on the Internet tend to disappear) so people can access to the awesome thing you created (especially in the future). If you discover something of yours hosted and don’t want me to mirror it, please provide me with proof of original ownership, my link to the file, and the link to the post you found it on. I attempt to link to the parent content of the file(s) if possible, not directly link to the file. This also helps you get…

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    Posting Timelines

    The posting goal going forward is one (1) long form essay (500+ word) or technical discussion per week in addition to one to three (1-3) short from posts a week. Long form should be out by Saturday morning, ideally Friday afternoon. This is a work in progress, so bare with me. Soft launch 09/30/2019! If there’s something you’d like to me write about, let me know here. About the author: Andrew lives in Portland, OR and has worked in tech for over 15 years. With a foundation in philosophy, political theory, and communications, he is an avid thinker & tinkerer, constantly learning and exploring the world around us. | Please…