Vince Carducci - Dazed & Confused: The 1970s and the Postmodern Turn ike the loop of Brady Bunch episodes ubiquitously playing across the 500-channel wasteland of cable TV, the decade of the 1970s is a specter haunting the American popular imagination. It is the specter of cheese culture, the jelly-headed amiability of smiley faces, white polyester three-piece suits, and the most recent return of the repressed, Starsky & Hutch, set to a mind-numbing soundtrack of Barry White, Kiss, and “Stairway to Heaven.” Yet the arguably tackiest American decade is also when much of what is termed the postmodern condition began to emerge. The 1970s have been studied from a range of perspectives. Liberals like Boston University historian Bruce J. Gamestorming Think back to the last time you played a game. What was the game? Why did you choose to play? Was it a simple game like tic-tac-toe, or something more complex, like Monopoly, Scrabble or Chess?
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A Moment for the Selk'nam A Moment for the Selk'nam by Chris Nelson The Selk'nam lived in the remote southernmost tip of South America among the islands now known as Tierra del Fuego, the continent's last tribe to be encountered by European explorers.
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Ten BIG Business Ideas As I sit here in the lobby of the Marriott in downtown Toronto, I am reflecting on some of the highlights of the past few weeks which have taken me to assignments in Charlotte, Baltimore, Vegas, Toronto, Barbados and now back to Toronto. The clients have ranged from Bank of America to small business owners, to a workshop for 1,000+ CPAs and a speech to 8,000+ of the top financial planners in the world. Also, with so much time on planes I have read 20+ books on various business topics. Here are some big business success ideas I have picked up (or re-confirmed) along the way… 1.
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