Monthly Archives: March 2016

Cost Control Is a Progressive Value

If you are a long-time reader of this increasingly intermittent blog, you know I have some recurrent frustrations and fascinations that I return to again and again. Sometimes in fact the blog is intermittent because I am afraid I am … Continue reading

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A Chance to Show Quality

Romantic ideals of originality still remain deeply embedded in how we recognize, cultivate and reward merit in most of our selective systems of education, reputation and employment. In particular we read for the signs of that kind of authentic individuality … Continue reading

Posted in Academia, Information Technology and Information Literacy, Swarthmore | 3 Comments