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Bartolomeo Cristofori Should Have Had a Patent
September 2, 2015

Bartolomeo Cristofori Should Have Had a Patent

The recent 350th anniversary of the invention of the piano brought to mind the immense changes we have seen in …Read the Rest

Republican Primary – Survivor
August 5, 2015

Republican Primary – Survivor

We have been watching the herd of US Republican candidates scramble and shoot off darts at each other, forming alliances …Read the Rest

I Joined a Knew Fraterkneety
July 15, 2015

I Joined a Knew Fraterkneety

Have you ever noticed how commonalities can bind people?  How when you run into someone, even in the South China …Read the Rest

Fears for Tiers
June 14, 2015

Fears for Tiers

We have heard a lot about the danger of two tier systems, particularly with respect to our medical system.  The …Read the Rest

Best Local Store Promotion
May 12, 2015

Best Local Store Promotion

A Latino owned barbecue restaurant decided to do a White Appreciation Day.  What a great example of a local store …Read the Rest

When the Task Overwhelms the Goal
March 27, 2015

When the Task Overwhelms the Goal

We set goals, lofty ideals we wish to achieve.  Then, we have to identify all …Read the Rest

Brian Williams and Story Creep
February 9, 2015

Brian Williams and Story Creep

What about the fish that got away?  It gets bigger every time you tell the story.  Why does it get …Read the Rest

Best Promotion of the Year: The Interview
December 28, 2014

Best Promotion of the Year: The Interview

I have always been curious about how a movie release coincidentally coincides with a major news story.  It has happened …Read the Rest

It’s the Rustle in the Grass That Is the Most Important
December 21, 2014

It’s the Rustle in the Grass That Is the Most Important

Anthropologists tell us that ancient humans had to decide, when they heard a rustle in the grass, whether it …Read the Rest

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