My Archives: February 2004
Thursday, February 5, 2004
I lied. I am going to comment on ACC basketball. I'm watching the UNC-Duke game, and I can't help myself. I'm being diplomatic when I say Duke is pretty good playing the transition, but it has nothing outside of its perimeter shot when it faces an aggressive defense. Its players walk with the ball all the time. And don't get me started on their bogus acting (i.e., falling backward) to draw the charge. Duke will be eliminated from the NCAA Tourney at the Sweet 16. Go Heels!
I have a few new assignments I'm starting. One is about the customization/personalization trend in products. The other is about how to transition a temporary working into a permanent position, and another is about how non profit organizations are changing their practices to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley. I'm also working on my first book on the general topic of productivity.
How can anyone not be paying attention to the news right now? There's so much going on. Janet. WMD. The primaries. But of course, I make time to find a few links that are off the beaten path. Like this one about pop diva Beyonce's dressing room demands at the Superbowl. If only I could demand two fresh floral arrangements for my office. Speaking of basketball, I've heard that Boomer parents get rather vociferous at their kids' sporting events, but this is over the top. More later...
Posted by Chris @ 10:23 PM EST [Link]
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