Monthly Archives: May 2014

Computer scare

I don’t know whether to laugh, cry, or scream. Today in my news feed I found a short article from the online site of Health Data Management magazine, Nurses Union Rails Against ‘Unproven’ Medical Technology. About the only thing I

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Putting the Flex through its paces

Nothing profound or political today. As I root for the elusive sun to come back out and warm us up—it appeared oh, so briefly a bit ago but retreated again—I guess I’ll just stay on the treadmill a bit longer

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Tarnished Sterling

Disclaimer: I’m not asserting much in the way of original thought in this post, rather summarizing some of the better arguments I have encountered in the recent wake of the tawdry episode of Donald Sterling. Surely some of my few

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