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Hi everyone, Firstly, thanks for your patience and interest in finding and following my random and rather inconstant blog. As I mentioned recently, we are now changing address. The current address (on wordpress.com) will no longer be updated, but all … Continue reading
Groucho Marx via Execupundit: “Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it, misdiagnosing it, and then misapplying the wrong remedies.” Our Home Secretary’s skin-crawlingly poisonous plan to force firms to declare their foreign workers comes to mind. That … Continue reading
… and now I’m back. It’s so easy to slip out of the habit. Work got very busy – always a good thing – and then Christmas and then more busy-ness. And ,then it was nearly a whole year. Work … Continue reading
The soundtrack for my current work and writing is the very wonderful Grateful Dead Radio (GDRadio.net). Non-stop streaming of concerts by the Grateful Dead and off-shoots; what more do you need? On my first, and so far only, trip to … Continue reading
Sound advice from Michael Wade, applicable to students of all ages and intensities: 2. Don’t just take notes. You are a student, not a stenographer. Try to boil down the concepts into plain language. Pretend that you are teaching the … Continue reading
Patrick Rhone on the Buddhist concept of Right Effort, here. I like the concept. It seems wholly aligned with finding balance.