Link Roundup 2015-01-09

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It has been a good long while since I last pushed out a Link Roundup so this one has some older links along with some current ones. Christmas and New Years was a nice change of pace and as always it was great to see family and catch up. My brother and I even got to put in some work on our new business venture. More on that at a later date. I hope you…

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The Folks Built A House

By | humor, life

I’m the son of an engineer in case you didn’t know. A civil engineer to be exact. Hopefully that knowledge is enough to explain most of my personality traits and my interests. If it doesn’t then you’ve never met an engineer. Anyhow…, mom and dad are “retiring” to the family farm this year (hopefully soon) and have been going through the hoops of building a new home on the same footprint as the old farm…

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Blue Water

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Ahhhhhhh. Blue Water. In corporate america (at least among men), the locations of “Blue Water” (a freshly cleaned stall), is something much sought after and when found, is usually kept as a closely guarded secret. Why is it kept secret? Well, if you shared the location of such a treasure, the chances of it still being there when you most need it is significantly reduced. A treasure you say? Why yes, yes it is. I…

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Link Roundup 3113

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Here are a few things that peaked my interest recently.  Have something I should read?  Email me. Egad, a base tone denotes a bad age. 5 Free Bootable AntiVirus Rescue CDs for Windows Salman Khan, Founder of the Khan Academy on his book “The One World Schoolhouse: Education Re-imagined” George Saunders author of Tenth of December How good was Phil Robertson at football? Why You Need a Social Resume (and How to Build One) I…

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