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Thought Provoking but Obscure Articles (and Not So Obscure Books) from 2016

So little time, so many books, so many articles, so many blogs… I missed posting a compilation last year as we were in the throes of relocating, but have reoriented myself (almost) in time to put together this collection. Here … Continue reading

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Perfect Storms – 2 – Election Opportunity Fix

“Those who do not remember the past and fail to learn from it are condemned to repeat it” – George Santayana (tweaked by me) It almost never fails. As soon as my post is up, more interesting information appears; in … Continue reading

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Perfect Storms – 2: The Election, Revisited

“Those who do not remember the past and fail to learn from it are condemned to repeat it” – George Santayana (tweaked by me) I couldn’t resist. I had to add that phrase just to be sure Santayana’s point wasn’t … Continue reading

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James and the Giant Peach

“There is also a third kind of madness, which is possession by the Muses” – Plato, Phaedo I think I’ve detected my Muse. Or at least a reasonable facsimile thereof.  Most certainly, I’ve discovered what (s)he is trying to do. … Continue reading

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Thought Provoking but Obscure Articles from 2014 – 3 Best of the Rest

There are always a few articles that either defy categorization, are just fun to read, or both.  These are the few this past year that met these broad criteria, and finally made me realize that last year’s credo: I Read, … Continue reading

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Thought Provoking but Obscure Articles from 2014 – 1 Singularly Unique

So little time, so many books, so many articles, so many blogs… Last year I made a resolution to compose this year’s Thought Provoking but Obscure Articles post much earlier. Thus, I begin on December 31st, making the gross presumption … Continue reading

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2014 in review

Thanks to The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys who prepared the following 2014 Annual Blog Report.  It reached lot of people, some in unusual places.  I greatly appreciate all of you, for support and especially for comments.  Happy New Year! and … Continue reading

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