Monthly Archives: June 2011

Convergence (The Ordinals) by Joseph Gellene

A good first novel! I enjoyed it. It reminded me of the Robert Heinlein short story “By His Bootstraps” and the novel “The Man Who Folded Himself” by David Gerrold. I found the characters interesting enough and the plot very … Continue reading

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Zero Day: A Novel by Mark Russinovich

Entertaining and educational, this techno thriller is Mr. Russinovich’s first novel and it sends home a very eye opening and unsettling message. He has an extensive background in computers and networks and has been an esteemed Technical Fellow at Microsoft. … Continue reading

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The Small Size Concept, that Achieves Big Results

┬áIn business or the public sector, the size of an organization can make all the difference in how quickly it can change and adapt new ideas to an incredibly dynamic world. I believe that in educating students with diverse abilities … Continue reading

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