February 29th, 2012

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Apex Blog: Time Travel? There's an App for That

It's been a while since I had a post up on the Apex Blog, so for those of you who have been waiting patiently, I'm pleased to tell you that there's a new post up.

In honor of Leap Day, I decided to review three of my favorite time travel apps for the iPhone. These three apps won't actually allow you to travel in time, but they'll prepare you for the possibility.

So go read Time Travel? There's an App for That and if you have an iPhone, definitely download the third app I review. You never know when you might need it...

(ETA new link: http://www.apexbookcompany.com/2012/02/time-travel-theres-an-app-for-that/ )
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Burstein for Congress Platform

For those of you who keep up with my life via this blog and not through any other source, you may not have heard yet that I have formed an exploratory committee to look into running for Congress from the Massachusetts Fourth District. As this LiveJournal tends to be more about me and my writing, I haven't really thought of it as a place to discuss this particular campaign. (Although yes, I have discussed many of my local races here from time to time.)

However, I wanted to let everyone know that my exploratory committee has posted a platform on our website. As we work to collect signatures to get my name onto the Democratic ballot, I thought it was only right to let people know what I hope to accomplish if elected to congress. So visit the Michael on the Issues page and see where I stand on the issues of jobs, education, health care, marriage rights, women's rights, copyright and the Internet, and space exploration.