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Gene Wolf dead

Gene Wolf, my longtime partner in TV and radio and a former columnist at my newspaper, died last week at his home in Tennessee. He was 63.

Gene was shot to death in what police described as a family quarrel over dogs. His sister was also slain. His sister's son was wounded and was hospitalized. I'll provide more information when I know more. -- Al Fasoldt

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Technology writer and photographer Al Fasoldt writes about consumer technology for Technofile Online in Syracuse, New York, USA. He and his wife, Nancy, host workshops in computers and photography.

More than 2,150 articles, reviews, photos and essays on computers, photography and consumer technology

By Al Fasoldt


Just another gallery at the Louvre, just another Leonardo doodle
Louvremona
Photo copyright © 2015 by Al Fasoldt. All rights reserved.

THIS IMMENSE gallery at the Louvre is impressive not just because it seems to go on forever -- with other, similar galleries just as spectacular close by -- but also for a simple display jutting out from the right. It's the Mona Lisa, behind bullet-proof glass. Nothing prepares you for the sight of the real painting just a few feet in front of your eyes.

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