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Innovation Is A Human Condition And Shakespeare Described Modern Start-Up Culture.

Originally Posted on Juniper Networks’ ‘Your Business Edge’ Blog: http://juni.pr/1oyrUQX

My next few blog posts are focused on innovation systems. In this post I want to explore some 400-year-old insight that may change the way you think about innovation. 1,090 more words

Vampires, Dicks and Scouts: 3 Heroes

Dracula, Marlowe and Scout. Oh my. A bloodsucker, an SOB and a kid. A true range of characters, that is. Proof that when it comes to heroes, anything goes. 463 more words

James Garner - The Last Good Guy

My dad introduced me to James Garner. Friday nights with Bret Maverick. Never missed it. Bret was one of my first heroes, along with Spider-man, Superman, Flash Gordon and, of course, Steve Austen. 500 more words

Ramblings

Summer Conversational Series 2014 – “Navigating the Vortex: Creative Genius in the Time of the Alcotts” – the role of Faust

Continuing with the Monday sessions, Dr. Stephen Burby was a new face on the scene. He currently teaches English in Brentwood, NY and has authored of AP English Language and Composition: An Apex Learning Guide (2004 and 2005 editions) as well as contributing to the production of editions in Barron’s No-Fear Shakespeare series and to their latest edition of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. 951 more words

Louisa May Alcott