Viewing Posts from January, 2012
Image via WikipediaWe like to put ourselves and others in boxes. No, I don’t really mean that literally. By boxes I mean categories. For example, we human beings talk a lot about what it means to be a Baby Boomer, a Gen Xer, a Millennial, or a Traditionalist, and how...
Inspired by Justin Wheating’s last post, I’m focusing this month on something we can control.
Reflecting on my UVM presentation afterwards, I realized that I could have talked for hours on culture. I admit to getting excited about this topic. At the time, I thought I was spewing pearls to my business student audience. In retrospect, I might have been talking too much.
The “fuel” for wind power is free and abundant, and has the lowest environmental footprint of any other energy source. For the health of our planet, we must boost output and lower our costs. The trick is to do it before customer demand turns away from wind.
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“Food is a connection,” she says, “I physically serve everyone, family style. Someone hands you a bowl – that’s me. It’s an emotional link.”
People lucky enough to be on the roads at 7am in Burlington, Vermont might catch sight of NRG Systems mechanical engineer Paul Smith on his way to work:Frequent Answers