Monthly Archives: April 2012

I Like Unlikely Iceland

It will never happen, and yet it did. My friends thought that one of my ideas was ludicrous and that it could never happen. I disagreed. In times of severe economic crisis sacrifices must be made. I suggested that sometimes … Continue reading

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Editing Out Humanity

The rains are back in town. There’s photo I’d love to take from where I sit. Low clouds are weaving through the tress on the opposite side of the bay. Each fragment of mist frames a different green vignette; either … Continue reading

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Huh Duh Yay

Someone sincerely asked about Dendreon and DNDN the other day. Their response to my synopsis was; “Duh. You should’ve seen that one coming.” Isn’t retrospection wonderful? It is 100% accurate, at least for a moment. History is a series of … Continue reading

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What Comes Next

What’s next? Oh yeah, write the blog. Maybe only a few will notice, but this post comes out a few hours later than usual. Life is busy and a bit jumbled. Three of us compared notes at lunch and none … Continue reading

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Consulting With Myself

Dear reader, remind me to mention prices and values. Right after April 1st I scheduled some time with my self, and then I called in some help. Sometimes the best person for me to talk to is myself. If that … Continue reading

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Deciphering News

MicroVision, thank you for the timing of your press release. Last Saturday’s post was about what did and didn’t happen in the first quarter of the year (1Q12). The second Tuesday in the second quarter started with MicroVision’s news about … Continue reading

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Post 1Q12

It’s spring. My neighbor’s lawnmower reminds me of yardwork yet to be done. It is stereotypically sunny and I am in shorts. One of the area’s wettest winters is gone, well, except for that bit of frost this morning. The … Continue reading

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Healthy Havens

One person, a small group, can make a big difference without spending a lot of money. A person on one side of a road is healing people, building community, and helping artists, including me. Across the street is an old … Continue reading

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