Monthly Archives: August 2008

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WHEN FRUITS ARE VEGETABLES

A voter’s behavior at the polling place reduces to a decision. Hold that idea. This is analogous to a shopper’s behavior. How much time does a shopper spend in deciding what tomato in a pile of tomatoes will provide the … Continue reading

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SEMIOTICS TO THE RESCUE

If you don’t know who Harry Smith was it may be too late. This video is titled Boy – Am I in Trouble on youtube. But I would have retitled it, Semiotics to the Rescue.

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TOURIST GUIDANCE

Mullah Nasruddin went on a pilgrimage to Mecca, and on the way he passed through Medina. As he was walking by the main mosque there, a rather confused looking tourist approached him. “Excuse me sir,” said the tourist, “but you … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: I Am Not Attached to the Past, Present, or the Now

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