David Sarno

David Sarno is the founder of Lighthaus Inc, which develops interactive storytelling for news, education, and health care. He was a technology and culture writer at the Los Angeles Times from 2006 to 2013.

Sports Nut
March 14 2014 6:38 PMDon’t Take Warren Buffett’s Bracket ChallengeYou’ll get $1 billion if you fill out a perfect NCAA bracket. Don’t do it.
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Sept. 6 2005 6:42 AMA Higher Justice
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Aug. 27 2005 7:50 AMCongratulations, It's a Theocracy!
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July 16 2005 7:10 AMGitmo Can Handle the Truth
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June 20 2005 6:14 AMUnsettling Developments
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May 30 2005 4:45 AMThe French Kiss of Death
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May 12 2005 5:13 AMIran! Nein! 
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April 11 2005 3:50 AMGet Back, G.I. JoJo
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March 13 2005 6:04 AMSteal This Centrifuge
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Feb. 28 2005 11:39 AMGoodbye, My Lord & Taylor
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Jan. 17 2005 5:49 AMTough Strip
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Jan. 8 2005 6:14 AMDetain. Detain.
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Dec. 25 2004 5:49 AMPick in Kiev
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Dec. 19 2004 6:43 AMThe Pentagon Paupers
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Nov. 13 2004 6:29 AMArafat, Era Interred
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Sept. 17 2005 7:16 AMTax Cuts Weather Storm
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Aug. 28 2005 6:55 AMMake Me a State as Fast as You Can
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July 23 2005 5:46 AMEgyptian Resort Violence
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July 11 2005 5:55 AM"Close," Gulps Gulf Coast
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June 17 2005 5:43 AMA Doleful Poll-full
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May 15 2005 6:17 AMIn a Newsless Land, the Feature is King
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April 17 2005 5:02 AMRunning Out of Shots
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March 18 2005 4:20 AMBatters Up
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March 6 2005 6:38 AMPower to the CIA
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Feb. 7 2005 6:21 AMRice-Sharoni
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Jan. 14 2005 5:45 AMFBI Computer Error: System Not Found
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Dec. 26 2004 7:12 AMWill the Sunni Come Out, Tomorrow?
Hey, Wait A Minute
Dec. 22 2004 5:36 PMNext Stop, Bethlehem?Is The Polar Express an evangelical film?
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Dec. 6 2004 9:03 AMSurgin' Insurgence
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Nov. 7 2004 6:38 AMVicious Triangle

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Sept. 22 2014 6:30 PM What Does It Mean to Be an American? Ted Cruz and Scott Brown think it’s about ideology. It’s really about culture.
  Business
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Sept. 22 2014 5:38 PM Apple Won't Shut Down Beats Music After All (But Will Probably Rename It)
  Life
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Sept. 23 2014 6:00 AM Naked and Afraid Prudie offers advice on whether a young boy should sleep in the same room with his nude grandfather.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 22 2014 7:43 PM Emma Watson Threatened With Nude Photo Leak for Speaking Out About Women's Equality
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  Arts
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Sept. 22 2014 9:17 PM Trent Reznor’s Gone Girl Soundtrack Sounds Like an Eerie, Innovative Success
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 22 2014 6:27 PM Should We All Be Learning How to Type in Virtual Reality?
  Health & Science
Bad Astronomy
Sept. 23 2014 7:00 AM I Stand with Emma Watson
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.