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Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt knocked people back in their chairs at a tech conference when he said humanity was currently creating as much new information in two days as the human race generated from the dawn of history through 2003. And once you wrap your head around that fact, consider this — he made that claim in 2010.
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There is something strange about the reproachful media response to What Happened, Hillary Clinton’s new book on the 2016 campaign.
Now everyone knows that the Washington press corps dislikes and distrusts the former Democratic nominee. After all, several of its most eminent members have admitted their herd’s prejudice against her. But the nearly unanimous demand for her to be silent — often presented in the form of blind quotes from her alleged “friends”– cuts against normal journalistic curiosity, let alone the usual lust for fresh gossip.
And it doesn’t matter how many times she accepts responsibility for her unexpected defeat by Donald Trump in the Electoral College.…