Eric Florack on March 30th, 2005

As a PC support professional, I find stories of reactions to breakdowns interesting… such as this one from MSNBC The Ontrack study results parallel a study conducted recently by the University of Maryland’s Laboratory for Automation Psychology and Decision Processes. A full 10 percent of respondents to that poll indicated that had committed violence against […]

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Eric Florack on March 30th, 2005

Left Behind says there’s a huge story going on in the middle east you’re not being told about. Scores of Muslims are converting to evangelical Christianity and will be celebrating their first Easter this year, even amidst widespread persecution and the very real threat of death. Interesting and encouraging, if true… and at the moment, […]

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Eric Florack on March 30th, 2005

I have recieved many, many notes in E-mail, passing along sympathies over the passing of my mother-in-law from BitsBlog readers. For both Donna and myself, I thank you.  Your support means a great deal to us.

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Eric Florack on March 30th, 2005

Jane Ann Galt over at Asymmetrical Information notes a post over at Crooked TImber which advocates a European-style paid parental leave system CT defends this nonsense by making light of the percentage of the financial impact: The experience of parental leave in other countries offers some lessons about its possible effects on the economy, employers, […]

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