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  • Will America Accept the Rule of Law?

    I will be interested to see how many people (the pro-Obamacare community) get up in arms over this decision. I mean, heck, the Fourth circuit court is already in opposition.  What decision?  Well, the US Court of Appeals, DC Circuit...


  • Part 3 of the “Internet of Things”

    Part 3 of the Internet of Things series. “Following on from his first and second articles Steve Brady is continuing his topic of the internet of things. In this third part he explains how the data can be shared and...


  • Laws Against Distracted Driving (No-Texting): Making for Unsafe Roads?

    In a conversation over on my cousin’s Facebook wall, I was pointing out that the rate of accidents (And fatalities) per million miles traveled has been steadily declining over the past 20 years or so. With a noteable exception: In...


  • Customer Service at National Monuments (and everywhere!)

    PROCESS MANAGEMENT:I just returned from a cross-country trip helping my son move to Colorado Springs.  We made a nice trip out of it, taking the time to do some site-seeing along the way, including the St Louis Arch, and the...


  • Part 2–Internet of Things

    My second article in the series on “The Internet of Things” is now posted over at Eye for Transport. In this article, I tackle the Internet of Things for SMALL BUSINESS. “a well designed dashboard integrating the measures, with appropriate...


  • Part 1 of my Internet of Things series

    I am starting a series over at Eye For Transport, talking about the ‘Internet of Things.”  I am taking a different tack in approaching this topic.  I see the internet of things as not just connecting, but Please, take a minute,...


  • Taxing “Because they do it” is Insanity

    Many say that PA needs to follow the lead of other Natural Gas producing states, and have a severance tax on natural gas. That we “need” the tax revenues. That we are the “laughing stock” of these states because we...


  • Google Glass and Supply Chain Management

    I am pleased to share my first article posted on my new column with Eye For Transport. I will be writing regularly on innovations and technology in the supply chain. I decided to lead off with an article about Google...


  • Are special use facilities a waste?

    This article in the Wall Street Journal is quite interesting, highlighting people now living in empty office buildings in London.  I have always looked at empty office buildings, and even empty strip malls, and wondered what it would be like...


  • Power without Accountability, or “I’m Sorry–isn’t that enough?”

    There are issues of accountability with those in power. And for a change I am not talking about Congress and the President (although I think the lesson applies here as well.) This weekend was quite an interesting one for football....