I’ve mentioned before how I like to use Evernote in my daily life to archive and triage incoming information for later processing. Today was the day to sort out the triage folder, which is a pain, but it’s really great to find some of the older things I’ve wanted to read and haven’t gotten to [...]
Below you’ll find my comments from a discussion I’m having with some classmates in my Organizational Research class: I have been following Mayer’s decisions and would be very interested in seeing the data they used to make that decision. I really hope it works for them, as I have been a Yahoo! fan for years, [...]
I’ve been battling this question for a while now, but it’s come to a head in the last week or so. Maybe it was the death of Neil Armstrong. I wonder, why don’t we do great things anymore. By we, I mean personally and collectively. We’ve become a nation of punters. No longer do we [...]
Since I announced my entry into the Gonzaga online Organizational Leadership MA program, I’ve heard this question a number of times. My flippant response is that it’s a MA in Catholic Socialism, largely based on my first class that included Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed. To date, I’ve completed two classes and am moving [...]
So, in the past year or so, I’ve developed a number of sites that focus on my unique interests and have been blogging and writing on these sites. This includes our newest project, Our Debt Year, a blog following our journey to being debt free by the end of the year. If you’re interested in [...]
Just a few interesting notes from South Carolina. It seems North Charleston beat out Washington State for the 787 plant. Fmr. SC pol and assistant attorney general busted with a stripper, blue pills, and sex toys. Nukes provide more jobs than BMW in SC.