You know what I just did? I put my pens into a cup filled with enough seltzer to create a lovely mess when I poured it out but not enough for me to have noticed that there was any seltzer in there when I first put the pens into the cup. It’s been a rough … More I Have Finally Succumbed to the Bullet Journal Method… Sort of.
The following is an editorial. I fully accept that anything can happen and none of my concerns may come to pass or the entire enchilada will go up in flames. Who knows? Just making notes; not an argument. Anyone who has played the telephone game knows that the more a message is passed around from … More The Row House Resistance Report
The following is an editorial. I fully accept that anything can happen and none of my concerns may come to pass or the entire enchilada goes up in flames. Who knows? Just making notes; not an argument. It has been particularly overwhelming. Everything is being shuffled, gagged, depreciated, or defunded – EPA, ARA, FDA, USDA, … More Remembering Who We Are
Recently, my team’s (W. Browne, M. Ha, J. Manzoni, A. Mere) work for the International Project Management course at school was published. We’re already on to the next class but I wanted to at least note it. Below is an abstract and a link to the full report. Abstract Project management involves the management of … More Publication Alert: Two Key Success Factors for Global Project Team Leadership: Communications and Human Resource Management
Note: The following post relates to the project requirements for my Foundations in Creativity class. Originally posted to the creativity blog on December 7, 2015. Voila! Here I am in my new dress, finally finished. I’m having a little celebratory egg nog in a Philadelphia German Christmas Market mug. There was a cookie but I … More The Dress, Some Eggnog, and a Cookie