Monthly Archives: March 2008

SHIVER ME TIMBERS

White House Chief of Staff, Joshua Bolten, and Tony Blair’s Office Request Information Regarding Spiral Dynamics from Dr. Don E. Beck of Adizes Graduate School © Business Wire 2008 – Mr. Bolten requested details for President Bush regarding Dr. Beck’s … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: Assumptions

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COULD A COMMUNITY BE AN ART FORM?

Having intended to get a clear shot unencumbered by glare or rain, I still missed out clearly capturing this sign in the window of the library annex in Cleveland Heights. Could a community be an art form? I believe it … Continue reading

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EXPERIENCE AND ALL OF IT

Hillary Clinton: “Experience not only counts, it is all that counts.” Mrs. Clinton’s rhetoric here makes no account of an interesting division among Democrats. Barack Obama enjoys a substantial edge in that better educated, more affluent Democrats support him over … Continue reading

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TENDING TO THE TROU

An indelicate metaphor, albeit on the target, courtesy of Xosrow Jamsheidi and Jamsheid Jamsheidi, writing in a somewhat inscrutable article, Time for Dipstick Examination of our Assumptions. We feel our underwear only the first few minutes we put them on. … Continue reading

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MY ONE FAN

I checked my Technorati profile and discovered there–lo and behold–that someone had self-selected to be a fan. Alan has his own blog and it gets updated with about the same frequency as Explorations does. His blog http://milindasquestions.com has one more … Continue reading

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WHY PEOPLE DON’T AGREE WITH ME

It’s the political season and so I’m happy to indulge two obsessive interests, politics and the social psychology of the citizenry. Actually, I don’t need a political season to be gripped, it’s always the political season in my house. Over … Continue reading

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