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Archives for January 2006

Friday Fun Poll – Since Sliced Bread

“What is the greatest thing since sliced bread?” It is impossible to list everything invented since 1928, but here is a list of some of my favorite things invented since sliced bread. Which one do you think is the best? Vote and then tell everyone why your choice is the right one by leaving your […]

Daily Dose of Science

Science Daily is a great web site that regularly publishes interesting articles and studies. The site covers a wide range of topics and is written so that non-scientific individuals, like me, can understand what is being said. Today alone were articles on the effects of comedy films on blood flow, household insecticides and childhood leukemia, […]

Daily Dose of Science

Science Daily is a great web site that regularly publishes interesting articles and studies. The site covers a wide range of topics and is written so that non-scientific individuals, like me, can understand what is being said. Today alone were articles on the effects of comedy films on blood flow, household insecticides and childhood leukemia, […]

Ready for Anything – Week 3

KNOWING YOUR COMMITMENTS CREATES BETTER CHOICES OF NEW ONES. Life is often painted as a struggle between those who crave freedom and those who crave structure. There is a need for both, and they can actually feed each other. Ideally time management involves two concepts: concentration and cooperation.  With a constant barrage of e-mails, phone […]

Chuck Norris Facts

Jim Decker forwarded me Chuck Norris Facts in an e-mail a few weeks ago in response to the “Who Would Win?” poll here on voice.  This has made it’s way around the internet, but if you have not read Chuck Norris Facts, do so.  It is hilarious.  Some of my favorite facts about Chuck include: […]

20 Simple Ways to Reduce Global Warming

The CThings blog pointed me to this great article from Drury University on 20 ways to reduce global warming.  With energy costs soaring, the appeal of energy efficiency is broadening for social, political, and economic reasons.  More specifically many Americans are concerned with keeping the water and air clean, with many more growing tired of […]

Thank You Dr. King

I decided to post my weekly Thank You a day early after watching a very compelling program, Citizen King, on PBS last night about the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. King exemplified focus. He was determined to bring about change in America. He was so committed to the cause that it ultimately cost […]

Bob Marley Gold

I picked up a great CD over the weekend, Bob Marley Gold. The 2 CD set is a great collection of some of Marley’s best work. All the great songs are there. Still, it goes a little deeper into the song catalog than the popular, Legend compliation CD. While it is not as all encompassing […]

Squidoo : Lenses : Customer Service Reader

Squidoo is a search tool developed by Seth Godin and company. The motto of Squidoo is “everyone is an expert on something.” The idea is to create a community of sites and links that allow you to find information on topics without having to wade through thousands of pages of junk that appear in more […]

Friday Fun Poll

Once upon a time, say circa 1978, these guys could all bring the funny. The question is Who was the best? Richard Pryor Rodney Dangerfield Chevy Chase Bill Murray John Belushi Gene Wilder Dan Akroyd Steve Martin CLICK HERE to Cast Your Vote After you vote, please voice your opinion by leaving a comment below […]