January 2009

Why we beat around the Bush

January 23, 2009

I was inspired by my dad’s last blog post which did an excellent job highlighting all the wonderful remarks in Obama’s inauguration address. This is in response to all those Republicans out there who seek to criticize. Here are some of the key points of President Bush’s farewell address. I think the words speak for […]

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Flat Lining

January 6, 2009

I am at work, and on my lunch break, it has been a nice morning, steady pace, and no crazy surprises. In my world of family practice medicine I consider this to be a good thing. Although this will depend on whom you talk to.. Maybe this is a reflection of my personality, because in […]

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Windows Live

January 3, 2009

So I am totally stoked, if that is a word, about windows live… I never thought in my lifetime at least I would ever say anything like that about a windows product but I am sold. I have been setting my mom up with the beta software and have been very impressed, in fact I […]

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My Final thoughts of 2008

January 2, 2009

I made this comment on the blog of Robin Sharma who wrote one of my favorite books: “the monk who sold his Ferrari” .  here is the link to his blog entry if you want to read it first   http://www.robinsharma.com/life_coach_ic_blog_sec=2_2008&mon=12.htm It is a good entry. I find him full of wisdom and he is able […]

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