“I don’t know who you are, but you look very interesting to talk to.”– I asked And with that he crouched down from the elevated VIP platform and engaged in a lively conversation with me. I asked simple questions at first, “Where do you live?” “Pennsylvania.” I learned he missed his two dogs and seemed to live […]

Apr 13, 2019

“Experience has long been considered the best teacher of knowledge. Since we cannot experience everything, other people’s experiences, and hence other people, become the surrogate for knowledge. ‘I store my knowledge in my friends’ is an axiom for collecting knowledge through collecting people (undated).” Karen Stephenson, “The Organization Woman.” Growing up in the 80’s, I [...]

Apr 13, 2019

Three woman are sitting at their respective vanity’s getting ready for their day after working out at the so cal gym. I am one of them. Small talk ensues. “Well, at least if I can get my hair partially dried and a bit of make up I’ll be passable for the office.” I say, hoping […]

Apr 13, 2019

In November of 2018, the Joint Research Center, the European Commission’s science and knowledge service, released a report that is aimed at policy makers but that also contains important information for those studying AI’s potential influence on the future intersection of society, education, and workplace. The obvious elephant in the room is the demand on […]

Apr 13, 2019

#1 Rule: Getting angry never helps. Caveat: Horses understand frustration. When I was employed teaching some of our top 2-year-olds the drill for a clinic to be held with US Olympic Team Chef d’equipe (US Olympic coach), George Morris, I met an english thoroughbred mare with an oversized barrel and an attitude to match. She [...]

Apr 10, 2018

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