Saturday, May 03, 2008

Interesting article about blogging in the Boulder County Business Report. No comments about it have been posted online until mine today. What do you think, why do so few people post their thoughts when it is now so easy to do? Is this a good or a bad thing?

“Examine everything with discernment; keep what is good; keep your distance from every trace of evil” (1 Thes 5:21-22).

Friday, May 02, 2008

All candidates for superdelegate, delegate, dog catcher, or any other elected or appointed office, and anyone and everyone else, are hereby invited to join us this Sunday for the 1st meeting of the all-new (sort of) Denver Speakers Corner.

Take your turn on the soap box to share your passion for whatever issue or candidate that is near and dear, to tell a joke, to sing a song, or just to tell us how the cow ate the cabbage or got thrown under the bus.

Sunday (May 4) at 4 p.m., North Pavillion, Denver Civic Center Park, more information about this informal gathering and optional RSVP at New, free, open to all, it should be fun. Join us!

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Here are Google's click here: Ten Principles for creating a good user experience. Good rules for us all to follow! I'm going to print them out, read them each morning for the next 30 days, see if they can't help me make everything I do better for my clients.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

“Without courage you cannot practice the other virtues.” Maya Angelou, who celebrated her 80th birthday last month. She served as the keynote presenter for the American Society on Aging conference, held in late March in Washington, D.C.

So why don’t we call the Serenity Prayer the Serenity, Courage, and Wisdom prayer?

God grant me the courage to change the things I can change,
The serenity to accept those I cannot change,
And the wisdom to know the difference.
But, God grant me the courage not to give up on what I think is
right even though I think it is hopeless.

Chester Nimitz adaptation as quoted by Nell Wing in Grateful to Have Been There.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Don’t expect everyone you meet to like or appreciate you, your ideas, or even your person: Accept and “know thyself,” and be yourself. Eleanor Roosevelt’s advice to a small group of women students at Kenuka College, from Nell Wing’s Grateful to Have Been There memoir.