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    lost

    Monday, July 31st, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    I didn't learn to drive when I lived in Saint John fogville. Well, not really...I did drive here a bit when I was 16, but most of my driving in ... Read more..

    hiatus update

    Friday, July 28th, 2006 Posted in Cargo Hold | No Comments »

    I've got access to a reliable internet connection now and should have a bit more free time available after the long weekend. I'll be starting regular posting again within the ... Read more..

    hiatus

    Saturday, July 22nd, 2006 Posted in Cargo Hold | No Comments »

    I know, the blog is so new there should be no valid reason for going on a hiatus. Except, I'm heading home early - back to Canada as of the ... Read more..

    downside of travelling

    Friday, July 21st, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    I love to travel. Anyone who knows me knows my passport is at the ready. Throw in some business related work and a new culture I've never been exposed to ... Read more..

    i saw the light

    Thursday, July 20th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    It's sunny today.  I don't know how long the sun will stay out from behind the clouds, but I plan on basking in it for as much time as I ... Read more..

    dropping knowledge

    Thursday, July 20th, 2006 Posted in Learning & Education | No Comments »

    I couldn't sleep when I arrived back at the hotel today. This will come as no surprise to anyone who knows me. So, after posting to my blog, I decided ... Read more..

    resolve

    Thursday, July 20th, 2006 Posted in Save Us From Evil | No Comments »

    In an editor's note on at Perceval Press, vm writes: These are not signs of a modern, democratic society. The present situation, however, is as avoidable as it is barbaric. ... Read more..

    the future’s so bright

    Wednesday, July 19th, 2006 Posted in It's a Living, Learning & Education | No Comments »

    I admit it. I'm a closet horoscope reader. My friend DA has a great theory about horoscopes. If you read them at the beginning of the day, they can influence ... Read more..

    is informal learning the wave of the future?

    Wednesday, July 19th, 2006 Posted in Learning & Education | 2 Comments »

    Tony Karrer and Harold Jarche have been participating in a cross blog dialog on informal learning. Of course, I was fascinated immediately by Harold's points relating to Human Performance Technology ... Read more..

    tsunami in Indonesia

    Monday, July 17th, 2006 Posted in Where No Flan Has Gone Before | No Comments »

    I was disheartened when I read the following on Yahoo! News this morning. "Regional bulletins that the 7.7-magnitude undersea earthquake was strong enough to create a killer wave did not reach ... Read more..