Monthly Archives: October 2008

Dispatch from the Voting Booth (my desk in Shanghai): Voting Overseas! Thank you FedEx!

Tweet I am sure that EVERYONE, no matter what party you tend to lean toward, is looking forward to the end of the election!  Even overseas, we are tired of the endless chatter about the elections on CNN, which fills … Continue reading

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Dispatch from a meeting: Living in world of “info-porn”

Tweet I got up nice and early to visit the MS team leaders meeting. They are talking about student lead conferences and our technology leader Amanda DeCardy talked about the SAS K12online conference LAN parties.  Looks like a fun week … Continue reading

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Credit where credit is due…. BLAME where blame sits

Tweet It has happened twice to me in the last few weeks. I have been approached by colleagues with the concern that some of my administrative peers have asked that the members of a committee or an inservice close their … Continue reading

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Dispatch from the Backroom while waiting to leave for the airport: 11 ways to enjoy life!

Tweet If I wasn’t on vacation and relaxed, I might have lost perspective this morning. 4:59 AM- Alarm goes off.  Make coffee, run bath for wife. 5:30 AM- outta shower, wake up baby and 5 year old. 6:15 AM- Load … Continue reading

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