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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.


ten and a half years ago

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!

ten and a half years ago

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.

ten and a half years ago

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Ol' Two Beers
over thirteen years ago

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).

Daniel McCann
over thirteen years ago

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.


over thirteen years ago

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.


over thirteen years ago

Steve, I enjoyed your "meandering" thoughts and a perfect ending with the Talking Heads.