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Sept. 11 2017
Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of DeAngelis’ article titled “Fire Pit Musing, Part Two” which appeared in the July/August issue. Recently, as I was waiting for the fire...
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Aug. 7 2017
Editor’s Note: This is a continuation of DeAngelis’ article titled “Did Video Ever Really Kill the Radio Star?” which appeared in the May/June issue. So, after my friends and...
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May 31 2017
Recently, a group of my friends and I were sitting around a fire pit discussing popular songs from our high school years when the conversation turned from friendly banter to a competition of who
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March 24 2017
Back in the late 1990s, I was promoted into a new role that required me to manage people who were domiciled around the country. One of the first things I thought about was how I could stay conne
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Feb. 16 2017
Having two children who fall into the millennial generation, I have been forced to understand the phenomenon known as social media. Why do I label it a phenomenon, you may ask? Well, to me texti
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Dec. 16 2016
A few weeks back, I was signing a couple of hundred letters to Congress urging members to review and enact legislation that would allow the United States Postal Service to improve efficiency, ma
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Oct. 10 2016
One of my few guilty pleasures in the summer is to lie in my backyard hammock on a Saturday afternoon and listen to the New York Yankees game on the radio. As is tradition, the game is preceded
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Aug. 16 2016
The term Big Data is being used more often in our day-to-day business discussions. In many cases, the data we are now collecting is forcing us to look at our business differently. Departments wi
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June 10 2016
This was fiction when it was first published on June 8, 1949: Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party. He works in the Records Department in the Ministry of Truth, rewriting and disto
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April 12 2016
A man embarked on a round-the-world speaking tour in 1895. Two years later, he arrived in London. His name was Samuel Clemens — an American humorist, novelist and social critic. You may also know...
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Feb. 11 2016
So, the holiday season is behind us and we finally get to stop deleting emails, clearing out spam boxes and take the time to look up and appreciate the winter sky as opposed to looking up and do
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The holiday season is a natural opportunity to look at the global shipping outlook. In 2015, the global economy is only marginally better than it was in 2014. The mixed-to-down export outlook is offse

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