Wednesday, November 30, 2005
The photos are wonderful. The commentary well written. Having briefly visited Charleston, SC earlier this year, I can verify that she is capturing the area very well. I am learning more each time I come to her page so that when I get a chance to return, I'll feel more at home.
Check out how she works her page; different, cool.
Please send recommendations, etc... to email@example.com!
Tuesday, November 29, 2005
So, why do I keep at it? My mother asked me that recently, after looking at a list of my various injuries. "Don't they hurt a lot? Aren't you doing some permanent damage?" I reassured her the best I could that my knees would not go to mush, or that I would not cripple myself. I guess the only people who really understand why I keep coming back for more would be other runners. I do it for my physical health. I do it so I can eat BAD food and not feel too bad about it. I do it to keep my head clear. I do it for the challenge of training and the pain of speedwork, and realizing I am strong enough to triumph over that pain. I do it to be part of a greater community of runners who feel the same way about the road or trails under their feet, with nothing but their own thoughts to pace them. I do the marathons because.. they're there.. and why not?If you want to hear about the trials of running and living in Houston, TX read LisaLeese!
Thursday, November 24, 2005
She has created a wonderful Ho'ohana community with her blog. Ho'ohana is the Hawaiian value for meaningful work.
Her posting today is from her archives for Thanksgiving 2004.
It is a good today as it was then.
Consider joining the Ho'ohana community.
You'll be glad you did.
Tuesday, November 22, 2005
Greatest lifetime achievements:
3 daughters … Sarah Jane (12), Rosie (8), and Lizzie (4)
There is some balance to this lady runner. You can learn a lot by reading her!
Monday, November 21, 2005
She's heady, packing degrees from both Northwestern and Pepperdine and her work has been featured in several professional and trade rags.
She is also the creator and author of the blog NonprofitU.
I dig her because she called me bold and savvy. How easy am I?
Read Jennifer Warwick!
He has a manifesto on Bioteaming:
Read more of Ken and bioteaming!
Cooperative processes are not the automatic results of implementing collaborative, real-time communication technologies, but the result of a carefully designed and systematically maintained virtual team development plan.
For those of you who have already exposed themselves to the positive advantages made available by the use of cutting-edge communication and collaboration technologies, this should sound as a familiar melody. How many times have you been witness to technologically-based collaboration projects that have miserably failed? Why is there so much disjoint between technology potential and the productive use that business team members make of them?
If the solution is not in the technology enabling such networked business teams to easily interoperate, where is it then?
Sunday, November 20, 2005
Is there anything I like about this woman?
Absolutely! She digs The Clash, Jazz Butcher, and Throwing Muses. What else do you need to know?
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Read Wellness Works!
Tuesday, November 15, 2005
a freelance writer and journalist in Denver. I write features about music, entertainment and popular culture, particularly in relation to Africa and African Americans, and I also do copywriting and scriptwriting. I've traveled extensively in Indonesia, Hong Kong and Singapore, and I lived in Johannesburg, South Africa for 8 years, from the historic April, 1994 national elections until March, 2002.In "On African and African American Actors" he writes:
Ah, Bra John, "Their blacks are better than yours"? I think you're a little misguided on this...Read the full posting here.
Much respect, John Matshikiza--much respect... Don't get me wrong--your work in theater, stage, film and television is uncompromising. I loved you in that artful, stupendous film, "The Heart of the Country." Between the breathtaking scenery, shining cinematography, and passionate portrayals of idiosyncratic characters karmically entwined in the Free State, I saw a glimpse of the possibility of what real, world-class South African cinema could be.
Read all of James!
Monday, November 14, 2005
So why is it that in the "Occupation" section, there's not a spot for Wife, Mom or Writer? Those are the things that occupy my days, but I suppose they're a bit nebulous.Sela is a writer and shares her writing struggles with all who stop by. For example:
Did not die.
Actually, it didn't even hurt. Maybe it's the slash and burn writer in me, but I hacked my novella down to half a page in about half an hour this morning. Before my first cup of coffee.
Read more of Sela here.
Sunday, November 13, 2005
Tuesday, November 08, 2005
Monday, November 07, 2005
Zach Lynch is certainly a busy man.
Here Zack blogs about Intention, Perception and Beliefs. This is heady stuff.
Sunday, November 06, 2005
Here she writes,
- Fans of J Lo have besieged my husband for autographs.
- HRH Prince Carl Phillip of Sweden told me which kind of long underwear is best for the Ice Hotel (Middle weight, he said, and he was right.)
- Frank's picture got added to Princeton's Nobel gallery, a place we loved visiting, way back when we were courting.
- And I'm racing to sort out, By October 15, the rest of this year's adventures for publication in a book with Frank!
Read Betsy Devine.
Saturday, November 05, 2005
Read the remainder of his "Simple Future" here.
As I wrote a week or so ago, building a user base isn't about rewriting unctionality that works well today, it's about identifying efficiencies and differentiation, and innovating to create value for consumers.
Read the remainder of his posting on Open Office.org, Ajax and Common Sense here.
As a software guy, here's a simple (though often irritating) rule behind user oriented software: The language in which a product is written has nothing to do with the value it conveys. Coming from the company that produced Java technology, that probably sounds a little odd. But it's a simple truth, especially when it comes to users: if the app's no good, it's no good, even if it's implemented in Java. Or PHP. Or Rails.
This should be enough of a teaser to lead you to set up to read Jonathan's Blog regularly.
Friday, November 04, 2005
Thursday, November 03, 2005
Can't be that many of us, so this guy's gotta be good. I mean, we have something in common right away.
Except he eats this. And I won't go near that.
He blogs. I blog. See what I mean!
He even TiVo's Good Eats! I can't get enough of Alton Brown cause I don't have a TiVo.
Read more of Steven here.
Kudos to Average Jane for bringing this site to my attention.
Wednesday, November 02, 2005
... there are six stages of development:
1. Restoration Stage
2. Personal Foundation Stage
3. Adult Stage
4. Attraction Stage
5. Fulfillment Stage
6. Legacy Stage (the most advanced stage)
The length of time a team has been together does not necessarily reflect where they are along their path of development. There are many well-established teams that are at the Personal Foundation Stage (and may remain there for the life of the team).
One way to determine the stage of the team is to administer the assessment to all the team members. Compile the data from all of the individual assessments and average the scores and you’ll get a clear sense of where the team is along their path of development.
This is good stuff on team work and team building.
Read Tom here!
Tuesday, November 01, 2005
Hence, the Hog Blog, is Sally's voice, which is behind her recent book Radical Careering and her recent interview as a Cool Friend of Tom.
Read Sally here at the Hog Blog!