Archive for the 'General' Category
Taken at Shades State Park, early November.
Port information starts at 0:55 Inside INdiana Business Why is this categorized as “Agriculture? More than 1/3 of the shipborne freight at Indiana Ports is corn. Other agriculture products at Indiana Ports include ethanol, soybean meal, and fertilizer.
Read the article and view the full slideshow at Internet of Things. The agriculture industry has integrated Level 4 for field use (known use area). Self-driving tractors and combines automatically steer, adjust speed, and perform a number of other automatic functions so that the operator can focus on other things (like planting or combining depth, […]
Thanks to Robert McWhirter for this post over at the ABA Journal. Click the link to the article to read more information about the US Constitution. 10 Common Misconceptions about the Constitution Most voters today would not have had the right to vote under the original Constitution. Many of the rights we take for granted were […]
Indiana Grown is a membership initiative to recognize all the great things “grown in Indiana.” Requirements for membership are to offer products that fall into one of these categories: 100% Indiana – Products within this category must be grown in Indiana and/or all ingredients must come from Indiana. Prepared in Indiana – Product ingredients can […]
Properly written documents can be compelling. The same document, badly-written, can be dismissed, and the important message lost. One of my pet peeves is a meme with a message full of grammar errors. Even worse is a YouTube video rife with misspellings. Below is a unfortunate production of an otherwise touching Memorial Day video, set to music of […]
Intriguing article from Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant in the New York Times, “Women at Work” section, highlighting the differences between women and men in the office workplace. Even when roles are equal – or when a woman is in a superior role – women either self-appoint or are appointed the “office housework” tasks more […]
Beautiful fall colors – grass still green, and my roses are blooming again. Please enjoy the photos.
I don’t dream (or, at least, I usually don’t remember my dreams), but this morning I woke with an odd dream fading from my memory, centered around the consequences of split-second decision-making. The circumstances of my dream have completely left me, but I did ponder about it as I went through my morning routine. As […]
Simple, but important. I have learned some of these tips the hard way. Please take a minute and check it out: Writing Tips from Execupundit
You go through your day, with your first-world frustrations, thinking that life is so hard… Here’s some perspective. Simply, awesome.
Check out the latest from Masson’s Blog: Anti-Science, Anti-Vaxxers Endanger the Herd While this post discusses the measurable adverse consequences on society when the opponents of vaccines fail to have their children vaccinated, the same sort of (misapplied) logic can be found in other areas of our culture; like, for instance, the Intelligent Designers and […]
From the Undercover Recruiter, via LinkedIn: I am posting this mostly so I can find it when I need to send it to my kids in a year or so, but it also applies to those of us in the working world who make new connections as part of our job – what does your […]