Monthly Archives: December 2013

Optimistic TED Talks for the New Year

Here are some more TED Talks1 to enjoy over the New Year holiday. Enjoy!!  Happy New Year!! *************************************************** The shared experience of absurdity – Charlie Todd  (12 mins) Charlie Todd causes bizarre, hilarious, and unexpected public scenes: Seventy synchronized dancers in … Continue reading

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Interesting TED Talks

With the holidays upon us I have been too busy to write, so I thought I would post some interesting TED Talks1 for you to listen to in case you get a little bored over the holiday. Enjoy! ———————————————————- Barry … Continue reading

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A Veto, A Bully, and Irony

(Please read a previous post  “To cross or not to cross, that is the question”  for background on the topic.) At the Dec. 02, 2013 Ann Arbor City Council meeting there was a motion to no-longer repeal, but to now … Continue reading

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An Interesting Read: 3D Printed Plastic Guns

I came across an article the other day that was “jaw dropping” and “chin on the floor” shocking to me.  I don’t know why this never occurred to me before….it never even crossed my mind that it was possible, but … Continue reading

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Decision Making and Buying Local

Since we are now in the midst of holiday shopping, I thought I would write a post about how buying local can benefit the community.   I am going to concentrate on simply the economics of buying local in general, and … Continue reading

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