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Following up on my Relay for Life fundraising appeal… Last year, our team goal was $2,000, and we raised around $4,100. This year, our goal was $3,000, and we raised around $5,100. We beat our total by over a thousand … Continue reading
Here’s a rare public sighting of Evil Martin! I let him out to play at the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. There’s still time to donate!
To understand the purpose of this post and the notations in these diagrams, please read the Introduction. A Story involves 1 or more Characters who face 1 or more Challenges. Each Character has Motivations (minor Characters may have none); and … Continue reading
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People assume that there is One True, Universal, Objective Measure of Quality; and by some miraculous happenstance, they and they alone happen to possess it. It is therefore their obligation to enlighten the rest of us for our inferior choices. … Continue reading
I want to prevent mistakes, not clean up after them. That doesn’t seem like a bad idea, does it?
Research proves that we’re more productive when we have sufficient private work space. But it’s cheaper to give us cramped cubes with no privacy and then hound us about our lack of productivity.
Some teams are like a rock tumbler. You put a bunch of hard, sharp-edged people in the tumbler and let them tumble against each other. Eventually they’ll knock off all the rough edges, polish each other up, and be all … Continue reading