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, Honesty compels me to admit that my lvoley wife does most of the work, I just provide funding and moral support.If I\'m saving the world, I\'m doing it at one teenager a year...Funding and moral support\'s a lot! Sounds like you and your wife are aReview:
, Honesty compels me to admit that my lvoley wife does most of the work, I just provide funding and moral support.If I\'m saving the world, I\'m doing it at one teenager a year...Funding and moral support\'s a lot! Sounds like you and your wife are a great team.Sometimes, I think that even where there\'s individual activism and proxy power, the most powerful force to unleash on the world is a child raised in love and respect. Mr. Brin asked, Now come on! Has anyone else sent in dues to a group that tries to save the world for you, by proxy?I donated the Sierra Club in the past. This year, Katrina and the crisis in Thailand focused my funds on the Red Cross. I contribute to Open Source projects like Samba, Red Hat, and Mandriva (previous known as Mandrake). Open Source gives us the chance to remember that this technology that surrounds us is supposed to be fun, and it\'s supposed to free us to create and achieve. That seems to me to be a noble cause.I keep my subscription to Analog current, though I\'m about 5 years behind in reading. Hard science fiction is a precious thing, and Analog\'s one of its best outlets.I\'m seriously considering the EFF, and if no more huge natural disasters hit this year, I\'ll send some funds their way. I think they\'re fighting on a front that most folks aren\'t giving much thought, and it\'s too bad, because that\'s where the new (and liberating) technology is hitting the turbulence around governments and business interests.I wish I could do more, but I have two kids, and tying to save for their college is quite the daunting task!