Full disclosure.

In recent blog postings and comments to them about the presidential election and the candidates, I was offered the “right” to be for Obama. Of course, I have never said who I was for although I have commented on what I consider the strengths and weaknesses of many of the candidates and their campaigns. Following […]

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Sunday links.

The percentage of workers who belong to unions increased last year, according to the annual union membership report released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Some 311,000 new members joined unions in 2007, the largest single-year increase since 1979. Overall, the rate of union membership increased slightly to 12.1 percent last year, from […]

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Three over coffee.

Chicago – It finally warmed up. We might actually get to fifty on Monday. This past week has been bitter cold. Down to ten below actual temperature. I’m not talking wind chill here. I’m talking what it says on the thermometer. So the coffee was good. In fact all is good with the world. A […]

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Follow the action at Educon 2.0

From HitchHikr: EduCon 2.0 is both a conversation and a conference. And it is not a technology conference. It is an education conference. It is a School 2.0 conference. It is, hopefully, an innovation conference where we want to come together, both in person and virtually, to discuss the future of schools. Every session will […]

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There’s No Child in D.C.

Nilaja Sun brings her one-woman show to D.C.I saw it in NY and loved it. Saw it in Chicago at Lookingglass Theater. Loved it. Now Nilaja Sun has brought her one woman show, No Child, to Washington, D.C.’s Wooly Mammoth Theater. It runs through February 17th. If you live in the D.C. area, go.

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