Monthly Archives: May 2009

Savoring a Sunday

I did some purposeful work today, but I generally keep Sunday’s free for whimsical forays in directions I hadn’t planned to go.  Here are some highlights: I added the free app Pointer to my iPhone, which enables me to control … Continue reading

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A Provocative Podcast

Yesterday marked a significant step in my shift away from tit-for-tat ideology-based political fare.  I deleted my beloved Slate Political Gabfest from my iTunes directory. I’ve been listening to the Gabfest trio – John Dickerson, Emily Bazelon, and David Plotz … Continue reading

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The Joy of Non-Political Podcasts

Thanks to my Hawai’i-inspired decision to take a break from obsessive consumption of political news, this morning I enjoyed three wonderful podcasts that I would have otherwise missed. While working out upstairs on the cross-trainer, I finished listening to a … Continue reading

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Honolulu Slides

Hawai’i Workshop View more OpenOffice presentations from LenEdgerly. I’m trying out SlideShare on the PowerPoint presentation I gave on May 19, 2009 for Board and staff of the Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Send to KindleTweet

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Aloha Guy is Back Home, Dreaming of Hawai’i

My Alaska friend Kes Woodward says he always feels as if he’s waking from a dream when he returns home from a visit to Hawai’i. That’s definitely how my wife and I felt yesterday morning when our nonstop flight touched … Continue reading

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