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Treasure / Robot

This is the first time I’m doing 2 different posts at one time kind of thing.  Bare with me cause this is something new I wanted to try.   811 more words

Beyond I

Packing With SAS

I have not yet mastered the art of packing, but I sure have come a long way. I’d often get eyerolls for being “that girl”–you know, the one lugging around a hot pink beast of a suitcase that could fit Jason Segel himself inside. 931 more words

On The Go

Just what exactly am I doing while at Training Camp: '14 revised edition

Note: I wanted to start the 2014 NFL season (and the BTS blog posts for this year) with a quick re-post from last season that has specific relevance to what it is that I am trying to do and how I am attempting to impact the League. 1,644 more words


The science of aircraft boarding

Roya Wolverson explains in this short essay why boarding a commercial airplane “feels unfair and chaotic”:

If your aircraft boarding experience feels totally random, that may be because it is. 

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Saturation: A Key Component of Pond-based Evaporation

My evaporation-system hobby provides me the opportunity to speak with great people from all over the world. This week my focus has been on Africa, and it’s been a wonderful ride. 586 more words


How People Manage People

The purpose of most organizations usually is efficiency. As by being organized you are a great deal more productive. I hear it too often that being a manager, you can either be result-oriented or people oriented,  if you’re aware of the need of productivity then you are more result oriented than people oriented. 480 more words