Who, Me? Biased?

For some time now I've been intrigued by the role of bias in our everyday existence. Certainly we see this every four years when it's time to elect a President in the United States. Each side of the political spectrum extols the virtues of their candidate while truly questioning the sanity of anyone who could possibly consider the... Continue Reading →

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder (for Work)

I opened my inbox today to a message from our online backup provider. It seems they miss me. My laptop was turned off over the extended Independence Day weekend so it wasn't backing up.  They were concerned. I'm so glad to be missed! I don't say that because I feel unappreciated! Rather, traditionally it's been rare for me... Continue Reading →

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