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déjà vu 2

This month marks the one-year anniversary of a loss for me. I would like to share it with you. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know that I often include links in reference to past posts or to sites outside of my own that illustrate a point. But never, to my knowledge, have I link to…


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my own little world

I love to learn, to do, to think something new. In fact, I make my best effort to do these things on a regular basis. A couple of days ago, a new thought occurred to me. Only this time, it terrified me. It was just like that moment at the end of The Twilight Zone episode where the realization hits…


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bigger than the bubbles

I heard this week that Amazon.com is expecting to begin implementing a flying drone program this year, which will get products to customers’ doors about a half hour after placing an order online. I suspect that, not long after this goes into effect, people will be standing by the door 31 minutes…


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the problem with gandhi

The term “critical thinking” has two meanings. As a skill, it’s a darned good thing to have. As a trait – it’ll ruin you. My friend Chad was in town for Easter weekend, and we had the chance to grab lunch together Monday before he headed out. During the previous week, he had looked back through a…


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risky

If you know me, or if you’ve even read much that I’ve written, then you know that not much in life makes me nervous. Last night, for the first time in longer than I can remember, I was nervous – honest-to-goodness, heart-racingly nervous. I also seem to know an inordinate number of people who work…