Archive for July, 2007
I’m trying to formulate my personal rules for success … the principles that I think will make me “successful” given what I know of my personality (strengths and weaknesses).
They’re a work in progress, obviously. And each is a guideline, not a law of the Medes and Persians.
In no particular order:
Don’t eat after 8 PM
Do daily […]
Wow. You really can outsource just about everything these days …
The picketers marching in a circle in front of a downtown Washington office building chanting about low wages do not seem fully focused on their message.
Many have arrived with large suitcases or bags holding their belongings, which they keep in sight. Several are smoking cigarettes. […]
We’re currently on BC’s Sunshine Coast taking a week’s holiday. A couple of days ago we took a two-hour hike to Skookumchuck Narrows, which is where the tidal flow into a huge basin is constricted through a narrow passage and can exceed 30 km/hr.
Really cool rapids and standing waves … which the kayakers enjoy:
Whoa. I wonder what this would do to government corruption around the world:
The former head of China’s State Food and Drug Administration, Zheng Xiaoyu, has been executed for corruption, the state-run Xinhua news agency reports.
He was convicted of taking 6.5m yuan ($850,000; Â£425,400) in bribes and of dereliction of duty at a trial in May.
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