As human beings, we owe allegiance to those we choose to serve so long as it's a mutually beneficial relationship. Part of that allegiance is being willing to share the feedback they need to hear, even if it's uncomfortable, making sure they understand that it's coming from a place of love and support. Feedback is the breakfast of champions. Sometimes it can taste bitter, but ideas on how to move forward can help the recipient quickly digest it and grow.
Journalist Sid Davis on covering the Cuban Missile Crisis and President Kennedy.
College basketball’s murky swamp of misbehavior. George Will in the @WashingtonPost
Pandora Listeners May Soon Be Talking Back To The Ads http://www.insideradio.com/free/pandora-listeners-may-soon-be-talking-back-to-the-ads/article_712b6420-5567-11e9-bdc4-6fce638705c4.html
Ford CEO frankly admits that the car of the future is a surveillance device that you pay to spy on you
Chuck Lorre's new Netflix show stars Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin as an aging star and his longtime agent. It's set in Hollywood, but it's really about the biggest show of all: growing old.
VPN 101. I enjoyed this refresher. http://www.practicallynetworked.com/security/set-up-a-personal-windows-vpn.htm
Godspeed, Kepler. A historic feat of man-made scientific machinery has run out of fuel
How do we write about the truths of science when more and more people no longer believe in science? We change the way we talk about it. A fascinating read! https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/25/magazine/bruno-latour-post-truth-philosopher-science.html
Our beautiful baby girl. This place hires folks w #downsyndrome. Our kids visited one in Charleston and brought us back some gear.
Computer Nerd, Ham Radio Guy
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