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What Blogging Has Taught Me About Myself

The first writing prompt for August on the SITS Girls website is to write about what blogging has taught you about yourself. I have been blogging for years. 696 more words


There is no "I" in "ego" -- strangely enough

At the school where I work, the staff sometimes organizes games against the students. If anyone asks me why I don’t participate, I’ll explain, “I have a medical condition.” If they press me further, I’ll say, “I’m allergic to humiliation.” 752 more words


NREL Finds Wind Performance Exceeds Fossil Fuels

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) recently released data showing that wind power can surpass fossil fuels in Capacity Factor (CF).  While the headlines aren’t as sexy as Tesla’s ‘ 1,037 more words

New Energy Paradigm

Knowledge, people and technology

There has been a lot of talk about the application of technology in law firms, including in legal knowledge management, in recent years. I have… 644 more words

Best Practice

Estonia Demonstrates that Business Taxation Can Be Simple, Fair, and Conducive to Growth

I’m very fond of Estonia, and not just because of the scenery.

Back in the early 1990s, it was the first post-communist nation to adopt… 708 more words


Volunteering To Enable Others To Shine

A productive citizen is one not afraid of volunteering their services for the greater good of the nation.  They go all out for others and their country selflessly and sincerely. 882 more words


"Failure to Communicate" as a Basic Problem of Labour Market in Finland

Lately I’ve been critically observing the labour market here in Finland. My basic point in this text is that in different organizations employers and employees don’t basically seem to understand each other well enough to be able to build deep trust and understanding between each other. 734 more words