Think philosophy is dry and esoteric? Think again. Last week’s edition of “Philosophy Talk” on NPR featured a lively, provocative discussion on who really owns our bodies. 657 more words
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Incessant meetings are the bane of corporate life. They also became the basis for my business plan.
When the time came to leave Tektronix, where I had a dream job as public affairs director, an endless series of meetings translated into my business ace in the hole. 651 more words
You have to hand it to Republicans. They know how to make politics entertaining. And there is no better political entertainer than Sarah Palin.
Appearing at the Freedom Forum in Iowa, Palin hinted she may try for the presidential brass ring in 2016. 506 more words
What do you do when people balk at buying pianos? Naturally, you put them in train stations, building lobbies or parks and take videos.
And the visual stories you record can be tear-jerking and heart-tugging, making you yearn for the days when families could actually afford pianos and had room for them in their houses. 569 more words