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October 2007
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Archive for October, 2007

You know what I get jazzed about?

Answer: Women in technical business. I’ve been asking some of my Section Leads to answer this question for each person in their group. So, I thought I’d also do the exercise myself. Yes, it may seem obvious. But it still puts me in a happy tizzy to talk with another woman about leading technology development, […]

Ticked off and tired

First off I have to apologize to Max Sheldon. After three weeks I’ve finally figured out that he did not make me sick on his last visit. I love my godson, but being a toddler in daycare his visits frequently turned into some sort of illness so when he came to visit for the first […]

How many have you read?

Idea borrowed from my friend Abigail who borrowed it from her friend jydog1. These are the top 106 books most often marked as “unread” by LibraryThing’s users. Bold what you have read, italicize what you started but couldn’t (or haven’t) finish, and strike through what you couldn’t stand. By the way, Ab, your score is […]

A whole new level of feeling appreciated

I am, fortunately, involved in groups that frequently thank their volunteers. Hardly a church council meeting goes by without thanks being expressed for people’s time and insights. The AILG board, on which I’ve been serving for at least 6 years, just received an award from MIT. As Abigail noted, they held a nice dinner with […]

It’s not two turntables and a microphone

The contents of my trunk at the moment: 6 cans of cocoa 6 rolls of paper towels 4 boxes of herbal tea 4 different flavors of vegan granola bars rice milk (chocolate and regular) 1 large bottle of cinnamon 6 rolls of toilet paper 17 burger-sized portobello mushrooms In addition, I have a food processor, […]