The Laws of Work

More goodies from StrangeCosmos… If you can’t get your work done in 24 hours a day, work 25 hours. If it weren’t for the last minute, nothing would get done. No matter how much you do, you never do enough.

Business Trip to Vegas

I just returned from a business trip to Las Vegas for the 2007 Defense Manufacturing Conference.  This is an annual 3-day meeting where roughly 1,000 managers from various aerospace companies get together with the Department of Defense to discuss projects

War with Moral Authority

The famed author, Shelby Steele, had an interesting commentary in the Wall Street Journal about the authority needed to properly wage war.  In the eyes of many around the world, and many Americans as well, we lack the moral authority

If Women Designed the World

Edge Designs is an all-women run company that designs interior office space. They had a recent opportunity to do an office project in New York City. The client allowed the women of this Company a free hand in all design

Excuse for Speeding

A Florida senior citizen drove his brand new Corvette convertible out of the dealership. Taking off down the road, he floored it to 80 mph, enjoying the wind blowing through what little hair he had left. “Amazing!” he thought as

Sports Super Tour

I didn’t realize it, but over the last couple of weeks I completed a major tour by attending 6 games involving 6 different teams in 3 different sports: 1. NHL Hockey – Columbus Blue Jackets – 11/15, see posting here 

More on Intellectual Property

After being smacked down a few times by the courts, Major League Baseball has continued to employ the legal machine in pursuit of royalties for intellectual property.  MLB has continually claimed that it owns the rights to players’ names and stats

Bombers Lose in Overtime

Len and I convinced my father to join us for the Dayton Bombers hockey game on Saturday night… The Bombers looked tough in the 2nd period going up 4 -2, but were greatly outplayed by Reading in the 3rd period and

Airport Security

An interesting commentary from the Volokh Conspiracy  about airport security: I noticed two obvious differences between the US and Israeli systems. First, the Israelis forego the stupid TSA ritual of making all passengers remove their shoes. Most of the time, this is