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Technology writer and photographer Al Fasoldt writes about consumer technology for The Post-Standard in Syracuse, NY, USA, and for Technofile Online. He and his wife, Nancy, host workshops in computers and photography. This Web site is run independently of the newspaper and its Web site, www.syracuse.com.

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

By Al Fasoldt


Want to know a secret?
An elephant never regrets

NANCY JOINED an elephant rescue effort in Cambodia as part of her sojourns in Southeast Asia. Sambo, shown here, is one of the huge and surprisingly gentle creatures led back from the jungle for a bath and a rubdown. Many of Cambodia's jungles and rice fields are still dangerous for people and elephants because of mines planted during the horrors of the Khmer Rouge years. More than half of Cambodia's population died from Khmer Rouge mass killings and related famines in the 1970s.



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