Monthly Archives: October 2011

Two birds, one envelope

I’ve been complaining about junk mail for years. The environmental impacts of direct mail solicitation are staggering. We’re propping up a postal service whose primary function is to deliver advertisements that we need to lug out to the trash and … Continue reading

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Around the world ticket

Flight 1:  From: Burlington VT, USA     To:   Newark Liberty Intern Flight Duration: 1 hour(s) and 29 minutes Flight 2: From: Newark Liberty Intern  To:   Hong Kong, Hong Kong Flight Duration: 16 hour(s) and  minutes Flight 3: From: … Continue reading

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A Balanced Life

This morning as I was walking home from dropping the kids off at their various educational institutions, I was taking account of everything that I need to get done today and I realized somewhat dispassionately that there is no way … Continue reading

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Lemony Snicket strikes again.

I’ve been a fan of Lemony Snicket since 2004 when I had the good misfortune to come across his Series of Unfortunate Events. So much did I admire the books that I began writing intermittent blog posts about and in … Continue reading

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The Naturalized

I just finished watching the documentary film, The Naturalized, a somewhat entertaining look at immigration and naturalization in the United States. I ordered it from History Channel because I wanted to show a bit of it to my class in … Continue reading

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Ett ägg

Our little chickens are all grown up!

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Final edition of article

At long last my article, Disciplined to Diversity, has moved from the online queue into a print issue! You can update the citation info by visiting the article page here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2011.552620

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