Category Archives: education

The Classic Typewriter Page :: Antique Typewriters

BBO wonders if typewriter professor likes or dislikes to Tweet. After all, all three letters for the word “tweet” can be typed with by left hand, or…thumb. And all letters in the word “Twitter” can be found on the same … Continue reading

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Healthcare: not rocket science

Look both ways, wash your hands, hold the door, say thank you. Common sense leadership, courtesy of Mom. Mothers, grandmothers, yentas and papous (“grandfather” in Greek) will also tell you that you need your sleep or you won’t be any … Continue reading

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Please pass this along for the girls

One of the UN’s  worldwide milenium goals is the marked improvement of the quality of life for women and girls, bringing them up to par with men and boys, by 2015.  A documentary was just released Wednesday on the value … Continue reading

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High Fundraising Standards Big Factor in Public Trust – Press – AFP

Just a reminder of how high the stakes are for nonprofit organizations. Ethical fundraising is the number one reason people come to trust a particular charity, according to a recent survey conducted in Britain. via High Fundraising Standards Big Factor … Continue reading

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Best way to help kids

Keeping the school zones free of harrassment is important for girls, but I would argue the same points below for boys, too.

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Hey McDonalds!!

When in the Drive-Thru, the employee at the other end said “For 13.99 you can get a tote with 3 cookies.” Really, switched around its correct. 🙂

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Hey McDonalds!

Who is old enough to recall the game of “telephone?” We play it at your drive thru. When we ask for a “tote of cookies” we have to explain the item to the employee. Everytime. I guess “tote” sounds like … Continue reading

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