Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wage Rules Twist Steel Company’s Growth Plans

NPR had a segment in its series on current small business problems titled Wage Rules Twist Steel Company’s Growth Plans . It was upsetting to listen to because it was clear NPR had missed the boat on the larger issues … Continue reading

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No! We haven’t been here before

The Economist published an article on the recent riots in the UK titled We have been here before . Here is my comment: A common thread in most of the comments, as well as in the article itself, is looking … Continue reading

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Radical Cultural Change About To Happen

Francis Sealey started a discussion in the Linked in Group “Our System” about the impending cultural change humanity might face. The topic was, essentially, what are the cultural changes that are happening nationally and globally in the 21st century that … Continue reading

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The VALUES question for education

To follow up on a posting I made to the Linked in Group “Our System” about the Khan Academy , (see earlier blog), Ben Wallace asked about the values we now have for education. I commented: Ben. To address the … Continue reading

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The Khan Academy

Ben Wallace, in the Linked in Group “Our System” highlighted a website called the Khan Academy which is essentially a free online school. Its goal is, “With a library of over 2,400 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, … Continue reading

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