Visual book review: Getting to Yes: Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In (March 27, 2012, 0) -
Getting To Yes is the kind of book you want to read before you negotiate UN treaties, business contracts, or a special deal on that lovely rug. I read it in September 2010 and promptly started referring to my Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement (BATNA) even in non-negotiation situations such as decision-making.
sugar-coated strawberries — personal (February 22, 2003, 0) - The strawberries are nothing spectacular – a bit on the old side, with
strange dark spots – but hey, they’re strawberries. =) Having relieved
them of their leafs and assorted mushy parts, I proceeded to fashion a
shaker out of an old egg cup. Looks like it works – I get nice, evenly
coated sugared strawberries. Still, to be
Charity (August 15, 2005, 0) - Philippine photographers show their mercenary side, and Charo is incensed.
I think those people missed the point. (Except for Charo, who’s right on. =) )
Yes, it would be nice if the Ayala Foundation offered some
compensation. But hey, it’s not just about money. An opportunity to
meet four other photographers who care enough about the country to
From here to first frost (July 5, 2009, 3) - The typical first frost date in Toronto is October 6, which is 93 days away. If we allow two weeks for safety, that gives us 79 days of growing, minus whatever time you need to germinate.
My garden is full. Full full full full. I shouldn’t plant any more into it, because each plant needs room
Almost a permanent resident! Decisions, decisions… (October 21, 2009, 0) - It’s a good thing I checked the status of my permanent residency application online, as the request for my passport had slipped through the cracks of my e-mail. (Must’ve looked spammy.) So I’m in the final stages of my application, hooray! Now I need to send my passport to the Buffalo consulate so that they