DEBATE GOES ON
In response to the March debate, “Is private financing of public infrastructure a good idea?”
NO It’s a Trojan horse for private companies to
take over public services, which are eventually
run into the ground because [the companies] only
care about [making a] pro;t.
—Angela La, from
YES Absolutely! What’s wrong with taking the
Adopt-a-Highway program to the next level? Our
infrastructure is second-rate; if private investors
are the only hope for improvement, then let’s
get out of their way.
—Yair Koenig, from
I was reading your March ;;;; Tech
Connection [“Home smart home”] and want to
mention something important that was left out.
Considering the vulnerability to hacking, I think
any mention of smart home devices should
include a prompt for reviewing and setting up a
secure connection. Most people leave the default
setup, which has led to breaches in the past.
—Mark Rosenkranz, Portland, Oregon
I enjoyed the [cover story] in the March issue
about the unique dwelling members [“A place
they call home”]. I have one question for them
all: Where in their tiny home do they fit the
;;-count boxes of tissue, the ;;-pack of paper
towels, the ;.;-pound co;ee container, the ;; rolls
of TP, etc.? I had to out;t my basement with several ;-foot shelving units to handle the bulk sizes.
—David Callahan, New Ipswich, New Hampshire
In love with Ove
Just got my March Costco Connection and saw
a familiar title, A Man Called Ove [“A slow suc-cess”]. Read it; loved it. I loved the way the author
would give us the backstory on the life of Ove, his
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