My Legacy

January 21st, 2007
Legacies are now becoming even more difficult to build and maintain these days. Maintaining my legacy was what I did most of yesterday. I'm talking computers here not a philosophy or memory being passed down to subsequent generations. Legacies in compute more »

Ads by Google

January 20th, 2007
When Google first started their pay per click ad support it was somewhat unintrusive. After a few years the madness has set in. The internet and our access to it (pop-ups) is now as cluttered by advertising as our radio stations televisions phone line more »

Post Civilization

January 15th, 2007
A period of time has been portrayed in the movies where the planet was mostly deserted due to a nuclear catastrophe or other world wide phenomenon. Much of that time is characterized by a post-modern savagery of fighting and lawlessness. That's plausible more »

Philosophy Driven Business

January 14th, 2007
With all the emphasis today on corporate Mission Statements and the philosophies that are supposed to be guiding an organization many have lost site of the basics of business development and management. Instea more »

Presidential Replacement

January 13th, 2007
I wasn't too impressed by Bush in the first election and by the second I was even less moved. He had performed well as commander in chief but he let down a lot of people in the areas of marriage protection immigration and other issues. And in the las more »

Legislative Failure

January 13th, 2007
In our last legislature one of the common themes I've heard complaints about was how the republicans gave so much away and made so many concessions. Considering the claims and promises of many republican candi more »

Credenda/Agenda

January 7th, 2007
Credenda/Agenda is a religiously and philosophically Trinitarian cultural journal. Or at least that begins their description of this publication. I have been receiving it for years mayb more »