Monthly Archives: July 2011

IMHO, the DC kids are not playing nice (again)

Whatever your political leaning or view on the national debt, the gridlock in the U.S. Congress is frustrating, tiresome, even juvenile. While it looks like liberal politicians have given up trying for a balance of program cuts and tax reform, “my … Continue reading

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It’s Saturday morning at the Y

The Y, my YMCA, understands  customer service. Friendly and knowledgable staff, clean and well maintained facilities, convenient hours. Contrast that with my physician, who kept me waiting two hours, earlier this week, for an appointment. Which will I recommend? Return … Continue reading

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Does your company have a social media policy for its employees?

The term social media encompasses a wide range of sites (including Twitter, Facebook, Blogspot, and this one) that allow companies and individuals the opportunity to express themselves in a way that can extend their reach across the globe. An increasing number … Continue reading

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