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An exploration of the value of the heterodox Austrian school of economics to mainstream economics through the use of postmodern methods of understanding.
Matthew Hisrich
Jul. 8, 2009 1:17 pm by Matthew Hisrich
Matthew Hisrich
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Matthew Hisrich
Jul. 7, 2009 2:52 pm by Matthew Hisrich

No Worries, We Are NOT Vulnerable To The OpenSSL Bug

We do not use OpenSSL here at or No need to worry or change passwords here because of the widely-publicized Heartbleed Bug. We have suffered two short outages recently presumably because much of the Internet transport infrastructure does rely on OpenSSL and they have been updating their systems.

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Matthew Hisrich
Matthew Hisrich received his MDiv in teaching and theology from the Earlham School of Religion, where he now serves as Director of Recruitme

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