Monthly Archives: February 2012

Developing Art Appreciation, Part II

Developing Art Appreciation, Part II In his book entitled “Outliers”, Malcom Gladwell states that it usually takes at least 10,000 hours of practice to “master” something. If one works at something forty hours per week, that translates to nearly five … Continue reading

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Regarding Mammograms

Important health information regarding mammograms. Yes, guys, this is for you too….pass this along to the women you care about. If you are getting a mammogram, it is important that you ask the technician to provide you with the radiation … Continue reading

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Developing Art Appreciation, Part I

Developing Art Appreciation, Part I There is a running joke among artists. When someone asks you how long it took to make [whatever item it is that they’re referring to], tell them “it took me [however many years you’ve been … Continue reading

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Arne Duncan’s, U.S. Secretary of Educat

Arne Duncan’s, U.S. Secretary of Education: “Someone once complained to Voltaire that ‘life is hard’—to which Voltaire replied, ‘compared to what?’

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