Monthly Archives: November 2008

Aristotle reading group dates, assignments, and book

Aristotle 2009 book groupBook: Basic Works of Aristotle, Modern Libraryhttp://tinyurl.com/63caa2All Tuesdays at 8pm NY time/5pm California time1-888-350-0075code: 9281912#Tues, Jan 13 – Aristotle was at heart a biologist so based on Paul Cartledge… Continue reading

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Carol Curtis (T2008)

I am currently Special Reports Editor for Securities Industry News, a publication of Source Media. Prior to my current position, I was Vice President of TD Waterhouse, and also worked as an editor at Forbes and Business Week. I am the author of Pa… Continue reading

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Alex Fisken (A2009)

Alex Fisken has over a decade of designing & building e-commerce experiences. As the former Director of Web Strategy for Network Solutions, he shaped the way customers find, develop and maintain their online identities. Alex joined from the financ… Continue reading

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how are you approaching Thucydides?

I am on my first run through…and have been doing about 15 pages a sit down (done about 30 so far)…I only stop because I’ve got some other stuff to attend to; it’s not that I am thinking while I am reading that it is so interesting but I keep think… Continue reading

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Irene Shubladze (A2009)

Irene Shubladze leads search marketing at Travelocity.com where she currently manages all organic and paid search media efforts for North & Latin America. Since joining Travelocity in 2006, Irene’s innovative marketing strategies have led the way … Continue reading

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Bruce Schachne (T2008 and A2009)

Bruce Schachne is Vice President, Head of Americas Market Development for Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services in New York City.Bruce and his team provide strategic and tactical marketing services to support the growth of S&P’s Credit Ratings busine… Continue reading

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reading Thucydides, how are others doing?

Thanks to inter-library lending, I now have a copy of the Landmark edition we are reading until mine gets here from Amazon. I read the intro, forward & first 20% or so of Book 1 this weekend. I’m spellbound. It’s like this Hellenic Greek nobleman … Continue reading

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