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Book Review: The Value Of Debt

The Value Of Debt:  How To Manage Both Sides Of A Balance Sheet To Maximize Wealth, by Thomas J. Anderson This particular book has a couple of obvious agendas, and while I did not have a problem with either of … Continue reading

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The Habit Of Doing Things

While participating in a Twitter giveaway for some C.S. Lewis books, I received a consolation price of an essay by Albert E.N. Gray on the common denominator of success.  While the tone of the essay was akin to the sort … Continue reading

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Book Review: Art & Fear

Art & Fear:  Observations On The Perils And Rewards Of Artmaking, by David Bayles & Ted Orland This is a strange book, not a bad book, but definitely one that deliberately sets out to be unusual and even a bit … Continue reading

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Book Review: Biblical Principles & Business

Biblical Principles & Business:  The Foundations, edited by Richard C. Chewning This book is a deeply interesting one that seeks to discuss different perspectives about the applicability of biblical law and thinking to the affairs and business of this world.  … Continue reading

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Snitch Or Whistleblower?

A few days ago I did a podcast on Tekashi 6ix9ine as a hero of the charts for having informed on the way that the Billboard charts worked, giving estimates of chart points and positions, from which acquaintances of mine … Continue reading

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The State Of Adult Contemporary On Spotify

One of the ways in which one moves from a low-information into a high-information listener of music is the awareness of where one’s listening choices fit in the highly segmented music industry.  Once you know where the songs you tend … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line:  Observations and Arguments On The Sports Business, by Andrew Zimbalist I must admit I was a bit disappointed with this book.  The fact that this book was painted as being an academic work that features observations and … Continue reading

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On The Limits Of Great Conversations

Several times it has been my good (or bad) fortune to read books that sought to capture the conversations that people had concerning other books.  As someone who has spent a substantial portion of my life reading about books, writing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Confessions Of A Crypto-Millionaire

Confessions of A Crypto-Millionaire, by Dan Conway [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookSirens in exchange for an honest review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In reading this book I was reminded of a friend … Continue reading

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Dispatches From Oregon’s Coronavirus Capital

One of the more odd daily habits I have had recently is to look at the posts that one of the local stations posts regarding Coronavirus cases.  Every day the report from the state regarding the locations of positive tests … Continue reading

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