Monthly Archives: November 2013

THE HOVA DILEMMA

  Jay-Z’s paralyzing decision point about the next steps he should take in his upcoming venture with Barneys New York, given the store’s racially-scented harassment of young black shoppers, reminds me of a midnight stroll I took through Battery Park … Continue reading

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BLOGKEEPING NOTES – GETTING THERE…

You likely wouldn’t notice this, but I haven’t done much to promote this blog. In fact, with the exception of a very small handful of instances, I haven’t even told my online friends about mentalunrest. Of course I’m not ashamed … Continue reading

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SHINY NEW WIRES WON’T FIX OBAMACARE

  I still don’t get why we keep focusing on technology as Obamacare’s main problem, when technology problems are more likely the outgrowth of more fundamental issues. An early lesson I learned as a management consultant is that systems modeled … Continue reading

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