Monthly Archives: March 2008

favorites stories? observations? questions?

Folks, Love the online dialogue that’s beginning to happen. I was out to dinner last night with a few of our reading group members and we had a good chat about favorite stories and observations. So – what are your favorite stories so far? What’s t… Continue reading

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Quick thoughts

Quick thought #1 about Hellenic unity: The Greeks usually dropped their political differences to compete in athletic contests of which the Olympics was only one event. Apparently their zeal for sports and religious festivals sometimes outweighed t… Continue reading

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Herodotus Book 1 reading questions

Greetings Fellow Herodotus Readers! I am so sorry I had to miss the first call introducing Herodotus. Phil did a great job bringing us together and getting us started on this reading journey. I am Andre Stipanovic and I have worked with Phil on th… Continue reading

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Seeking Wisdom – March 2008 – audio recording

Here’s the audio recording for the second Seeking Wisdom call. Listen online or download the mp3 file and listen to it as a podcast on your ipod. Download SeekingWisdom-March2008-Call2.mp3 Continue reading

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Jim Janicki (H2008)

Jim Janicki is VP/GM of Invitrogen’s Applied Markets Business. Invitrogen is a biotechnology company that sells products for research, drug discovery, and bioproduction in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. Jim’s mission is to move beyond … Continue reading

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Josh Kirschner (H2008)

Josh Kirschner is Senior Vice President of Product Development at Marsh, Inc. In this role, he develops innovative risk management and insurance services that help Marsh clients better manage their business risks. Prior to joining Marsh, Josh spen… Continue reading

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Thanks, next steps for Herodotus Book 1!

Folks, Really enjoyed our kickoff call tonight. What a great group of readers – I’m honored you have chosen to read Herodotus together. Next steps: 1. DatesMake sure you have all the dates for the calls (listed again below) – including the special… Continue reading

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