Monthly Archives: November 2010

Outsourcing & Carbohydrates…

With cigarette smoking on the decline (in America) coupled with a moderate improvement in the responsibility of alcohol consumption the major growing threat in front of the American people (and coming to the world) is obesity. The main driver of … Continue reading

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We Walk a line…

What many people fail to realize is that every day they unknowingly walk a line between binary opportunities such as employment or unemployment, being married or single, and even  their mortality is governed by this simple axiom.  Some days this line … Continue reading

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The Redmond Paradox…

As the open/crowd source movement gains steam one can’t help but play out a social paradox, a scenario where a young and brilliant McDonalds ™ employee in Redmond Washington (home of Microsoft ™) is actively engaged in the creation of … Continue reading

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