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Sometimes I get so caught up with intellectual dot-connecting that I don’t pay much attention to how much I learn from personal connections. I view personal interactions as important, enjoyable, and just plain fun. Well, most of them anyway. They are also … Continue reading
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My husband and I have a mixed marriage. I am lifelong Cubs fan. He thinks Cubs fans are more interested in partying and talking on their cell phones than in actually appreciating the game of baseball. After all, who goes … Continue reading
In an attempt to pop my filter bubble (see the previous post) I have been purposefully seeking out more variety in my information sources. This means that I must dust off my own internal filtering skills when evaluating a communicated … Continue reading