Book Review: Out of the Crisis

I describe this book, by W. Edwards Deming, as the worst book every manager abs

Fascism in the US?

Davidson Loehr and Pat Oliphant both suggest the US is becoming a fascist country. From Loehr’s <a href=”http://www.informationclearinghous

Motley Fool Interviews Joel Greenblatt

Joel Greenblatt, managing partner of Gotham

The Worst Job Ever

Warning: contains foul language. A hilarious short clip on <a href=”

Jump the Shark

Any one who watches (or used to watch) TV should check out this site. It’s all about that


Book Review: Civilization and its Discontents

Civilization and its Discontents is weighty and a bit out-of-date, but not terribly long. It is well worth reading.

This book by S

Eco-Friendly Transportation 3

NPR has a nice article on Honda’s prototype <a href=”http://world.hond

Blog is Back Up

My apologies to any one who tried accessing this blog today. I installed <a href=”

Book Review: Interpreter of Maladies

I enjoyed this Pulitzer Prize winning collection of short stories by Jhumpa Lahiri.

Product Development: Hope vs. Reality

I recently read Clayton M. Christensen’s <a href=”

The Gigapxl Project

A friend referred me to this <a href=”

How Terrorists Afford Fundamentalism

I’ve been watching <a href=”

Book Review: Midnight's Children

I read <a href=”

"Rip-Mix-Burn" is Nothing New

Lawrence Lessig is a Stanford Law School professor who ar

Black Friday Sentiments

I like the idea discussed in this segment on NPR’s Morning Edition:</

Two Sides of Discrimination

The word discriminate has a dual nature. It can have a positive connotation, as when we speak of a <a href=”http://dictionary.refer

Buy iPods From a Vending Machine

While passing through the Atlanta airport, I saw a Zoom Systems vending machine selling, among oth

Literal Interpretation of the Bible

Bryan Collinsworth made an eloquent request for people to get beyond literal interpretation of the Bible in <a href=”

Kansas State Board of Education wins Ig Nobel Prize

Previously in Transcendental Generalization…

[In Kansas

Thomas Paine and Intelligent Design

A nice article from AlterNet on the relationship between Thomas Paine’s essay, The Ag

Online Philosophy Encyclopediae

I have found the following to be useful for investigation and study:

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Why Get Married?

The character of Beverly Clark, played by Susan Sarandon in <a href=”

Intelligent Design: Recent Developments

Madeleine Brand interviewed Ira Flatow yesterday regarding both a

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