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Friday, 28 September 2012

Friday, September 28, 2012
A Working Theory of Love, which Hutchins has been crafting for nearly half a decade, tells the story of a disaffected 30something man recovering from a divorce who explores the meaning of relationships through a computer that channels the voice of his dead father. To celebrate its release, the HuffPost SF Book Club is cosponsoring Hutchins' appearance at Booksmith on October 2. We hope you'll join for the chance to meet him in person.
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Shirin Sadeghi: There's an Obeidallah Running for Vice President
The time is long gone when America could ignore its Muslim population and comedian Dean Obeidallah is proud to have something to do with that. He's been making fun of haters for years, using humor to connect people.
Zach Dean: Swimming the Bay: Escape From Alcatraz
Gasp after gasp was met with mouthfuls of the Pacific and soon panic was crashing over me. I was choosing the psychopath less traveled by. As I plowed forward, I prayed that there was no beastly guardian, unseen but for a fin, following in my wake.
Nancy Redd: Should Chivalry Be Dead?
There are many men who believe in gender equality, but I guarantee that they aren't the ones referring to women as beggars, freeloaders and broads.
George Heymont: Suicidal Farmers on Film
At the 2012 San Francisco International Film Festival, a series of films documented foreign farmers driven to suicide by their failure to pay off their debts. Watching wealthy Americans handle debt only reaffirms the rigged system.
Joseph F. Coughlin: If You Build It, Will They Come? Robot Cars, Infrastructure and Policy Innovation
There's currently not much demand for infrastructural and policy solutions because no one has an autonomous car yet. But, on the other hand, no one will have autonomous cars until some of these problems get sorted out.

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