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In Praise Of The Savvy Of The Middleman

It is easy to razz on companies for their lack of skill in being able to offer customers what they want, but sometimes business do a good job in ensuring exactly what is necessary, and in those circumstances I feel … Continue reading

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The Dilemmas Of Time And Resources In Politics & War

As someone who is fond of games of logistics [1], I thought it would be worthwhile to comment at least a little bit about one of the games I play called Politics & War, and some of the aspects of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Rome Resurgent

Rome Resurgent:  War And Empire In The Age Of Justinian, by Peter Heather Is it really just or appropriate to view this book as a book about Rome, seeing as it is a generally praiseworthy effort to place the conquests … Continue reading

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Personal Strategies On Dealing With Too Many Choices

One of the issues we have to deal with in life is the presence of too many choices, which can make it difficult to decide what one wants to do in the face of the need to choose and to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Guerrilla Logistics

Guerrilla Logistics, by Lt. Col Marco J. Caraccia Leave it to a quartermaster officer to discuss the logistics of guerrilla groups as being a key to dealing with anti-guerrilla operations and even the possibility that the United States would be … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Christian Entrepreneur

The Christian Entrepreneur:  Dream, Plan, Execute, And Grow, by Brock Shinen [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Reading this book was a bit of an odd experience for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Murder Your Darlings

Murder Your Darlings:  And Other Gentle Writing Advice From Aristotle To Zinsser, by Roy Peter Clark This book could have been a really good one.  In many ways, the approach of this book is a sound one, providing plenty of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mean People Suck

Mean People Suck:  How Empathy Leads To Bigger Profits And A Better Life, by Michael Brenner [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by BookSirens.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] I think it can be safely agreed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Crossing The Chasm

Crossing The Chasm:  Marketing And Selling High-Tech Products To Mainstream Customers, by Geoffrey A. Moore One of the more common issues I have faced in life regarding technology is that people tend to assume I am far more ahead of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Console Wars

Console Wars:  Sega, Nintendo, And The Battle That Defined A Generation, by Blake J. Harris Like many children who grew up in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, I remember the console wars between Sega and Nintendo.  I tended to … Continue reading

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