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Concetta Phillipps
Attends Keller Graduate School of Management
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Genealogy: How to Build a House of Citations
"Just what is the difference between the ground, the first floor, and the second floor of the genealogy citation? I don't get it." Well I'm glad you asked. There is a lovely photo of my grandparents up there that my cousin Tammy gave me. Let's walk through ...
"Just what is the difference between the ground, the first floor, and the second floor of the genealogy citation? I don't get it." Well I'm glad you asked. There is a lovely photo of my grandparents up there that my cousin Ta...
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Update: Osgood scarf
So an update on the Osgood scarf - I'm progressing through it, though its probably only about 10% done. It's looking very nice so far, I've been pleased with how enjoyable it is to knit the ribbing. The white/clay sections are the most annoying by far. I've...
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Part 2: The Pitfall of Vilification of New Genealogists
So in part 1 I talked about the frustration of the vilification of all new genealogists, asking folks to throw away years of work or take their work offline or follow a so-called "expert's" standard from an online forum. I can see where that might be mystif...
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Genealogy: Is segregation okay, or should we all play in the same sandbox?
First off, why yes, the title does have strong language. I have to admit, I get pretty riled up at some of the topics going around the genealogy community as of late. See Tammy Hepps' "Is Genealogy a Hobby?"  and James Tanner's " Is Genealogy a Hobby? " and...
First off, why yes, the title does have strong language. I have to admit, I get pretty riled up at some of the topics going around the genealogy community as of late. See Tammy Hepps' "Is Genealogy a Hobby?" and James Tanner'...
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St. Joseph's Day - advice for Sfince di San Giuseppe for gluten free folks and a bit of history
This my friends, is a sfinge (sfince in Italiano).  Flickr user Howard Wallfish  shows off the colors of it nicely here, with the ricotta, orange peel, and cherry.  My family was not exceptionally into the Italian feast holidays. I suspect is has to do with...
This my friends, is a sfinge (sfince in Italiano). Flickr user Howard Wallfish shows off the colors of it nicely here, with the ricotta, orange peel, and cherry.  My family was not exceptionally into the Italian feast holi...
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this is definitely one of the better #mcconnelling  videos
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Part 3: Here's the positive way of dealing with New Genealogists
I decided to move this column up a bit to explain the end of the series before the weekend, based on the amount of comments I received on Google+. So what happened to David? Well, I decided to write a forum with my frustrations and see if someone else could...
I decided to move this column up a bit to explain the end of the series before the weekend, based on the amount of comments I received on Google+. So what happened to David? Well, I decided to write a forum with my frustrat...
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Part 1: Vilifying the Work of New Genealogists
Warning: the following contains genealogy opinion and is the start of a new series for the week. This chilling image of the Fascists is from the Wolfsonian-FIU Library in Miami Beach, Florida . It's really interesting how propagandists used images like this...
Warning: the following contains genealogy opinion and is the start of a new series for the week. This chilling image of the Fascists is from the Wolfsonian-FIU Library in Miami Beach, Florida. It's really interesting how prop...
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Why is this hashtagged Miami? I'm not sure. Google is very weird sometimes
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Education
  • Keller Graduate School of Management
    Masters of Project Management, present
  • Keller Graduate School of Management
    Master of Business Administration
  • St. Xavier University
    Bachelors of Business Administration, Concentration Int'l Business
  • Rosemount High School
    High School Diploma
  • School of Environmental Studies
    High School Diploma
  • Ithaca College
    Bachelors in International Business
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The Nook is a great location for knitting, crocheting, or eating! Their ice cream, popcorn, and candy is top notch. The yarn store section sells unique products that are not available elsewhere and all have very reasonable price tags. I would urge you to give this place a shot!
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I am part of a company that does a business convention at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Towers. I (personally)* am very happy with the services of FedEx Office inside the hotel. This year, the specialist assigned to us was wonderful - when their folder machine was unavailable they shipped my job to another store to make sure it got done, and they delivered early. For a small version of FedEx Office, they do an excellent job with the resources they have. Thank you for your hard work! *Please note that this does not constitute the views of the company I work for, only my own personal opinion of the services of FedEx Office at 301 E. North Water Street.
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