Monthly Archives: May 2012

Memorial Day 2012

Since I don’t log into YouTube anymore (I refuse to turn on my browser’s cookie functionality for Google or its products), here’s a link to one of my favorite songs for Memorial Day:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4ujS1er1r0 Bill Whittle on Trifecta at … Continue reading

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Trustworthy?

Stephen M. R. Covey’s The Speed of Trust was a well-titled, decently-written tome of the necessity of having mutual trust in or across organizations in order to get things done effectively.  In my opinion, he took a topic which was … Continue reading

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Withering Heath

No, it’s not a paragraph about The Hobbit.  It’s about one of my favorite literary characters to hate, Heathcliff from Wuthering Heights. I read Wuthering Heights two or three years ago.  Many of my friends had read it back in High School.  … Continue reading

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