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Trying Out Daily Foundation Activities

If you’ve read some of my blog posts before or follow me on social media, you know that I consistently struggle with figuring out how to best identify all I want to do in life and how to get it done. Some call this topic productivity, but I find that word to be problematic. For […]

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Katharine Hepburn and Atheism

In this 1973 interview on the Dick Cavett Show, Katharine Hepburn clearly and concisely explains why I and so many others are atheists and have absolutely no use whatsoever for religion. Religion is, for me, a distraction from what we should be doing in life – being good people and helping others. Listen to this […]

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10% Happier – Book Review

I‘ve decided to write mostly on Medium now. So, I’ll link to my Medium articles from here. Check out my review of the book 10% Happier: How I Tamed the Voice in My Head, Reduced Stress Without Losing My Edge, and Found Self-Help That Actually Works by Dan Harris. Also check out the links in the […]

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#DoSomethingEveryDay To Blunt the Impact of Trump

I wrote this article to offer ideas on how we can lessen the impact that a Trump Presidency is likely to foster in our country. “If you are an independent woman, person of color, LGBTQ, Muslim, Jewish, non-Christian, atheist, immigrant, disabled, a white heterosexual Christian male who has love in your heart, or anyone who cares […]

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Keeping It Simple in Information Development

This post is going to run counter to a lot of conventional wisdom. When people write about information development they often extol the virtues of the latest content creation or delivery software and technologies. I myself have done that too. But I have been in this business for a long time and there are advantages […]

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Excellent Sheep

It tugs at my convictions to offer a great review for a book that I just finished reading, Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life, by William Deresiewicz. There is a tendency that all of us succumb to that prompts us to discount an entire work of […]

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