Monthly Archives: October 2011

Jobs vs. Obama: Productive Capacity

This one is a bit off-topic, but hey – there’s things to be said and I need a place to say them. Some excerpts from Steve Jobs’ biography were released online this afternoon, and one of the bits that caught … Continue reading

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Personal Autonomy

The Atlantic has a short article on the importance of unstructured “free play” that has me thinking. This bit in particular caught my attention: As children direct their own free play and solve the problems that come up, they must … Continue reading

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