Monthly Archives: January 2009

Kimarie Matthews (A2009)

Kimarie Matthews manages the customer research, loyalty and voice of the customer programs for Wells Fargo’s Internet Services Group. She is currently working on buidling the “Customer Experience Scorecards”, a tool to help the business act on cus… Continue reading

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Laurel Stanley (A2009)

I’ve been designing and building web sites since 1995. I moved into developing online business applications in 1999 for companies like Herman Miller, Steelcase, and Wolverine Worldwide. Since May 2008, I’ve been Director of Design at Spout.com, ma… Continue reading

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The power of a speech

In the Wall St Journel – http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123249782074700433.html?mod=djemTEW Great article in general, but pay special attention the the following words in the 12th paragraph: “Lincoln’s first inaugural was a masterpiece of concili… Continue reading

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Headlines from the Peloponnesian War – Book 3

Dear fellow Thucydides readers,Here are my notes in outline form for Book 3. Feel free to use them to organize your thoughts as you move through your reading. Thucydides does not jump around too much in this book from theater to theater. My outlin… Continue reading

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Aristotle January 13, 2009 "Biological Writings, pt. 1" – audio recording

Here’s the audio recording for the first Aristotle call. Listen online or download the mp3 file and listen to it as a podcast on your iPod. Download Aristotle_Jan13_Biological Writings Call Continue reading

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Aristotle – Thank you, everyone!

Hey, Thank you, everyone! That was a good start to our group. I look forward to future calls. Let’s keep the conversation going in e-mail. Best, Phil Continue reading

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Bios of Aristotle Readers

Folks, Here’s a quick list of the 15 veteran readers of reading group 1 – who join me in welcoming everyone – including our newest members (and folks transferring in from reading group 2) – to our year-long odyssey of reading Aristotle. – Tim Albr… Continue reading

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