Monthly Archives: December 2012

Military Intelligence

I recall a conversation at DISA, several years ago, when they were in Arlington, VA. They are the IT department for active duty military and the White House. It was specifically brought to my attention there that DoD is the … Continue reading

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Israel and Iran: A love story?

From: http://www.ted.com/talks/israel_and_iran_a_love_story.html and: http://www.ted.com/speakers/ronny_edry.html– ‘When war between Israel and Iran seemed imminent, Israeli graphic designer Ronny Edry shared a poster on Facebook of himself and his daughter with a bold message: “Iranians … we [heart] you.” Other Israelis quickly created … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurship

In visiting the third world, we often learn something about ourselves. We might see that some people drive on the left side of the road, and often have roundabouts instead of intersections. Hospitals might be closed on weekends. We might … Continue reading

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Seth Godin

Seth Godin has the most popular marketing blog written by one person. “If I fail more than you do, I win. “Instead of out-thinking the competition… it’s worth trying to out-love them. “Everyone is working hard on the thinking part, … Continue reading

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The Oracle at Delphi

Alexander the Great and the Oracle at Delphi “Alexander the Great visited the Delphic Oracle wishing to hear a prophecy that he would soon conquer the entire ancient world. To his surprise the oracle refused a direct comment and asked … Continue reading

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The Stale Potato Chip Theory

We saw something tragic happen yesterday in Connecticut. It tears at our hearts and souls. It brings a dissonance to our minds as we remember similar events, and ask, “Why?” The parents will never have an adequate answer. Their lives … Continue reading

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