rivercrow on April 6th, 2007

Some of you may have noticed my blog’s tagline: observe … reflect … transform If not, well, I’m going to talk about it here. Xini was musing on the tagline recently and asked me to explain it. I commented on his blog that I had deliberately chosen words with many meanings. I’m still a poet […]

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rivercrow on March 15th, 2007

I was teasing someone who had been out of touch with “giving up email for Lent.” This progressed into a discussion about how people usually “give up” things like chocolate, sweets, etc–turning the practice of sacrifice into a mini-diet. So…meaningful contemporary things that people can sacrifice? I see that other people have given up social […]

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rivercrow on March 5th, 2007

I’ve been thinking about ethics as part of evaluating my values system, particularly the ethical standards I have accepted as part of my professional life. Most technical certifications do not have ethics statements attached to them. Security certifications do. The first one I signed was the ISC(2) Ethics Standard. The second is the CISA code […]

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rivercrow on February 22nd, 2007

I am INTP. My dominant function is Introverted Thinking, my auxiliary is Extraverted Intuition. If I do not feed my Ti, I begin to wrap round my axle. If I do not feed my Ne, I starve. I need information from the world like plants need water. My tertiary process, Si/e has emerged and I […]

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rivercrow on January 30th, 2007

Part of the culture change meeting included a discussion of Covey’s Law of Reciprocity and his “emotional bank account” concept. If you’re unfamiliar with these, Terry Bragg’s website can clue you in. You should probably read that website before you continue, if you’re completely in the dark.

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