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Nov 14, 2010

In the absence of a guest I pick up the microphone and go the distance by myself and recount the events that occurred while on my trip to North Carolina. Oh... the things I learned. It was certainly an eye-opening experience and I share my experiences in this episode.

I also tell the tale of what it was like to be inside the halls of one of the nations best B-Schools, Duke University's School of Fuqua. Interesting stuff and worth a listen (or two).

Towards the end I give my rebuttal to the argument that Ol' Two Beers is against Progress. It is utter nonsense that I want to return to the days of yore and I defend myself against such a simplistic view. I think anyone who confronts this very same argument will be armed to the hilt with counter-argument weaponry that is the equivalent of ICBM's just by listening to the last 15 minutes of this podcast.

 

7 Comments
  • over three years ago
    Katia
    Howdy! I know this is kinda off topic however I'd freiugd I'd ask. Would you be interested in trading links or maybe guest authoring a blog article or vice-versa? My blog discusses a lot of the same subjects as yours and I feel we could greatly benefit from each other. If you're interested feel free to send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you! Terrific blog by the way!
  • over three years ago
    Reena
    While I haven't been on the valor yet I have been on 3 Carnival Cruises before with anheotr one planned and I really enjoyed the tour. Looking forward to part 2.
  • over three years ago
    Manisha
    we prefer to honor a lot of other onilne web pages around the net, even though they aren?t linked to us, by linking to them. Under are some webpages worth checking out
  • almost six years ago
    Ol' Two Beers
    Daniel, in about thirty minutes I will be having that discussion with Dave Pollard of the web-blog "How to Save The World". We will touch on complexity theory and our culture of dependence ( on a complex, not so resilient, system).
  • almost six years ago
    Daniel McCann
    Steve,
    I listen to your podcasts frequently and enjoy them. This one was particularly interesting to me as you seem to be getting a little closer to a unifying theme. Might I suggest a study of complexity (or chaos) Theory. It will explain a great deal about our current circumstances and what one may do to deal with a very uncertain future.

    Thanks for your efforts thus far.

    Daniel
  • almost six years ago
    JAG
    Steve,
    You mentioned in this podcast that people were inquiring how to download podcasts from your site. To listen to a podcast, all they need to do is click on the "pod" icon to the left of the title of the podcast post. To download the podcast, just right-click the same icon and choose "download linked file" or similar.

    Best...Jeff
  • almost six years ago
    Bill
    Steve, I enjoyed your "meandering" thoughts and a perfect ending with the Talking Heads.