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A Lesson from Dr. Who: how to regenerate

It was a revelation to us to discover recently that the painful, form-changing regeneration process of the Doctor into his next incarnation was not in the original story line. (If you are a Whovian, this will come as no surprise … Continue reading

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Why are there still dinosaurs?

  I’m curious; why do businesses embark on change programmes without first having a good look around to determine what is happening in their environment?  I mean, change is hard enough without getting two very fundamental ducks in a row. … Continue reading

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Great book for the holidays….

  The future is here.  It’s just not widely distributed yet.  ~ William Gibson I get tired of hearing continually about how bad things are, how we are going to hell in a hand basket.  I’m always on the lookout … Continue reading

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