Software inventor. Entrepreneur. Musician. Jason likes to make things. Living in Hood River Oregon, which is obviously The Most Beautiful Place In America, Jason's dream is to change the way software is developed.
In "A Room of One's Own," Virginia Woolf asks her readers to imagine that Shakespeare had a sister. Woolf contends that such a woman, regardless of how gifted she might have been, would have had no chance to be Shakespeare's equal; she would have been denied the education afforded her brother and lef
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Nishimura exhibits a particular concern with t