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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

The ongoing saga…  The Good – Martin Luther King was right, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice.”  SEE “The Ugly” below. The Bad – A recent discovery was announced in the literature indicating that the temperature in which we keep mice (= 680 – 780) is below the […]

The Weekly Whisk

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

Musings from a foodie… During my years of living in San Francisco, I had the opportunity to visit many culinary wonders.  But, one of my stalwart favorites was Tadich Grill-East [* * * * ].  Established in 1849 as one of the first restaurants in the city, its reputation is known far and wide.  In […]

The Occasional Random Rant

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

Sharing perspectives on issues that rise to the top… Paying Taxes And Pondering The Future – As the many millions of us filed our taxes on April 15th, there were many who were also pondering the future state of our great nation. The debates – or, should I refer to them as slap downs – […]

Future Health

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

Delivering care in the new virtual world… Share Your Thoughts – While there has been a lot of progress in driving the use of information systems to improve the outcomes of health care, the industry is still quite hampered by the lack of system interoperability.  Despite efforts by the Department of Health and Human Services […]

Consulo Indicium

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

Information for your Consideration… Perspectives From Lake Wobegon – As most of my readers know, I’m originally from North Dakota.  So, it is with some approaching angst that Garrison Keillor’s impending retirement weighs heavy on my spirit.  His weekly reports from Lake Wobegon offer a perspective on life in the hinterlands that many of us […]

Quote(s) Of The Week

April 28th, 2016 | No comments

“…when the polls concluded that the American people are more comfortable with a colonoscopy or head lice than with the U.S. Congress, something is terribly wrong.” Jim Douglas, Former Governor of Vermont at the Civility in Government program at Stamford, Connecticut on February 9, 2016 “I believe in positive, ambitious leadership.  I don’t believe leaders […]

The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

April 8th, 2016 | No comments

The ongoing saga…   The Great – When breaking stories happen across the news wires which relieves us from the pain of listening to the latest who said what about whom for what purpose where and how…   The Good – At least the quadrennial political circus we call a “political convention” will be interesting and less […]