Norgs stories: The Web Disintermediates (wait for it…)

One of the ideas that gets branded about whenever slumping circulation numbers are screamed from headlines, CD sales are found to be tanking, movie ticket sales slumping, or broadcast TV viewers disappearing, is the notion that because the Web disintermediates the middle-man between content creator and content consumer, people are going to the Web and […]

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The Only Power We Have

Viktor E. Frankl, a Nazi death camp survivor, famous psychologist, and author of “Man’s Search for Meaning” (on my to-read list), once said, “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” Steven Covey made this a […]

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Wow, whadda day yesterday!

It was a terrific day for democracy wasn’t it? When I look out and about on the web and in the media however, I find some real nasty spinning, everyone pointing fingers and claiming it was some slice of the populace that made a difference. Counting upon who you read it’s the progressives, the liberals, […]

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Missing Monday: Jay Derell Pena

JAY DERELL PENA Case Type: Endangered Runaway DOB: Apr 17, 1992 Sex: Male Missing Date: Missing Date: Sep 18, 2006 Race: White/Hisp Age Now: 14 Height: 5’8″ (173 cm) Missing City: PHILADELPHIA Weight: 200 lbs (91 kg) Missing State : PA Hair Color: Brown Missing Country: United States Eye Color: Black Case Number: NCMC1055908 Circumstances: […]

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One Party Rule and Where It Gets You

When you hear pundits and politicians berating the ‘other side’ as the cause of all this country’s problems, consider that we’ve had one party rule of the three branches of our government for some time now. Ask yourself, where has it gotten us? One party in power. The other with no capacity to contribute but […]

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