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Caroline Kennedy And Her, You Know, Problems

December 31st, 2008

New Yorkers have always had an interesting relationship with Senator Hillary Clinton. We weren’t quite sure what to make of it when she moved into our state apparently for the sole purpose of running for one of our senate seats, and we really didn’t know what to do with her during the now famous race [...]

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Goodbye 2008. Now Comes The Hard Part.

December 31st, 2008

“The best way to predict the future is to create it.” -Peter Drucker
In Outliers, the outstanding Gladwell book about the real way we get successful, there is a terrific section at the end on societies who take more time with their work; they “have to care” immeasurably about what they do – or they simply [...]

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An Obama-ha! Moment: President as Text King

December 31st, 2008

The election of Barack Obama was a shift in readily apparent ways: Americans elected a non-white person to serve as its chief executive for the first time, even giving him a significant mandate and solid majority of all votes cast. Obama was elected despite being rated the most liberal member of the Senate and let’s [...]

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