Category Archives: Realignment

The Economy of Stuff

Not too long ago Wal-Mart drew many comparisons to the Borg. The Borg, for those who might not know, played the part of the new über villains on Star Trek The Next Generation. They were unstoppable, “you will be assimilated” … Continue reading

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Assessment and Innovation

Brian Mathews is a blogger at The Ubiquitous Librarian.  Recently, he posted the following article, “Too Much Assessment Not Enough Innovation.”  The title grabbed me.  I thought back to a lecture that David Lankes (June 13) gave on the same topic, … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom

Among the more useful blogs in my reader is Seth’s Blog.  No matter what you do for a living I can all but guarantee that Seth’s Blog is applicable to you, at least some of the time.  Today he posted … Continue reading

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