Monthly Archives: October 2010

I Still Wear a Wrist Watch

I wear a wrist watch and a 12 year old told me that this was obsolete. This is a single function device, therefore useless.

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The Aging Parent Dilemma

An interesting article about how our workplaces are changing, something organizations have to think about from an article from Fast Company, Change the Game: Add Aging to the Parent-Centric Work+Life Debate. http://www.fastcompany.com/1677624/change-the-game-add-aging-to-the-parent-centric-worklife-debate#disqus_thread I agree if we are going to have … Continue reading

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Annual Survey of American Technology Adoption

A survey of over 75,000 participants shows that Gen x and Gen Y use technology much more readily than older generations. This isn’t surprizing. The link to the research is http://www.forrester.com/rb/Research/state_of_consumers_and_technology_benchmark_2010,/q/id/57526/t/2 However my friends grandmother is now text messaging, ” … Continue reading

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Great Video

I really like this video Are you a Game Changer by Sam Silverstein, http://samsilverstein.com/04/10/2010/blog/are-you-a-game-changer-2/

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How to Get a Man to Change

My good friend Tracy is the ultimate homemaker- without her the family house would fall apart. Only she can put the new toilet paper on the roll and recap the maple syrup without using her tongue. Problem is nobody ever … Continue reading

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