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An article I wrote about one of the most powerful and enduring concepts that I've learned - the primacy of judgment.
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"Happy Accidents" can bring us joy and change the course of our lives. Here's how to make them happen more frequently!
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An excellent example of how teachers can use pop culture to help students understand history. The timing of the introduction of Superman 75 years ago today was impeccable,  coming at the end of the depression and at the dawn of what would become the second World War. The world was hungry for a hero who fights for truth, justice and the American Way.
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Please join me in voting for Huffington Live in the Webby Awards.
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The best running shoe store in Nassau County
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Lynbrook Runners Stop
20 Atlantic Avenue, Lynbrook, NY 11563
This place has the best staff I've come across in any running store. All stores claim they offer expert advice, this is the only one I've been in that actually does. Everyone on staff is an avid runner with years of experience. They make excellent recommendations from a terrific selection of shoes, and work hard to ensure you find the right pair for you. They are particularly helpful when I'm trying to find the right shoes for my teens. I'm excited that the store now carries volleyball shoes and tough mudder shoes, both of which I'll be buying soon.
Quality ExcellentAppeal ExcellentService Excellent
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Kids who know they matter are emotionally and socially better off than those who don't. The Quest2Matter invites students to share their ideas and actions to create change. We'll be providing information & access to mentors to help them be effective and curating them best of them for other students to see. This digital poster explains everything you need to know about the Quest2Matter.
The Quest2Matter invites students to share with the world their quests to take innovative action to solve problems that break their...
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What lessons can we draw from this agency's experience, in school, and in our own businesses?
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Marvelous article by Pam Moran
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Founder and CEO of Dulcinea Media, publisher of SweetSearch, A Search Engine for Students, and findingDulcinea, Librarian of the Internet.
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  • Fordham University School of Law
    Law, 1990 - 1994
  • Fordham School of Graduate Business
    MBA, 1986 - 1989
  • University of Virginia
    Economics, 1980 - 1984
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The World Pays Off on Judgment | Switch and Shift
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“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself and you are the easiest person to fool.” The article noted that the actions of many

How Big is Your Brave? | Switch and Shift
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There is no doubt bravery is needed to lead and succeed. Since the beginning of time, bravery has been a crucible of leadership and an essen

9 Historical Events That Occurred on Christmas Day
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Many significant events have taken place on Dec. 25, including the rise of famous leaders, the fall of others, and the end of war for a sing

On This Day: Witold Pilecki Allows Himself to Be Captured by the Nazis
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On Sept. 19, 1940, Witold Pilecki deliberately got himself arrested by the Nazis and sent to Auschwitz so that he could collect intelligence

Is Homework Helpful or Harmful?
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The return of students to the classroom raises the question of whether homework is an effective educational tool, or an unnecessary stressor

Your Mom Called—She Wants her Marketing Strategy Back
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Is your B2B marketing strategy stuck in the past? If you’re not doing Target Account Marketing, the answer is probably, “yes.” Compare the t

Tactical Serendipity
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Tactical Serendipity - The Huffington Post

And You Thought Censorship in China Was Bad, Look at Scholastic Journali...
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Unfortunately, student press in high schools today is on the decline because schools are now teaching to the test even though we have an exp

People Know They Matter When...
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Choose2Matter is a global movement that challenges people to solve problems that break their hearts.

On This Day: Helen Keller Comprehends the Word “Water”
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On April 5, 1887, in Tuscumbia, Alabama, teacher Anne Sullivan taught her blind and deaf pupil, Helen Keller, the meaning of the word "water

On This Day: Timothy McVeigh Commits Oklahoma City Bombing
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On April 19, 1995, a truck bomb exploded outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people and injuring 500

On This Day: Nelson Mandela Elected President
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On May 9, 1994, South Africa's newly elected parliament chose Nelson Mandela to be the first president of the post-apartheid era.

On This Day: Bomb Explodes in Atlanta’s Olympic Park
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On July 27, 1996, a bomb killed one and injured 111 visitors at the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta. Security guard Richard Jewell was wr

7 Apps That Will Make You More Productive Immediately
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Stop playing games on your smartphone! Download these 7 must-have business apps for a big productivity boost.

ISTE 2011 Conference Ning
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The ISTE 2011 Conference Ning is the social networking hub for The International Society for Technology in Education's 2011 conference.

ISTE 2011 Conference Ning
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The ISTE 2011 Conference Ning is the social networking hub for The International Society for Technology in Education's 2011 conference.

On This Day: Allied Forces Invade Normandy on D-Day
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On June 6, 1944, American, British and Canadian forces landed on the beaches of Normandy, launching the Allied invasion of Western Europe du

STEM in Words: Let's Make What We Say Count
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The next time students file into your classroom, let's give them words to which they can tie their aspirations. Then, let us stop and listen

On This Day: Darwin’s HMS Beagle Reaches Galapagos Islands
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On Sept. 15, 1835, Charles Darwin, aboard the HMS Beagle, reached the Galapagos Islands, where he would start to formulate his ideas of natu

Outstanding service and value on a broad array of quality Irish products. One of the best Irish stores in Nassau County.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Gobsmacked by how good the food, beer and service were. From the outside it doesn't look like much but it was the only place serving food late at night, so I went in expecting some fried junk. I had the Green Gobler, a homemade turkey sandwich with lettuce and tomato on marble rye, and it was outstanding. The mashed potatoes that accompanied it were also top notch. It has an impressive list of craft beers, and the bartender and chef worked very hard to make sure every customer had a good experience. Interesting, eclectic crowd as well.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
This is my favorite beer bar in Brooklyn. It has 24 taps of craft beer that rotate continuously with a heavy emphasis on seasonal and local beers. The setting is old school, the service is authentic, and the food is perfect for a night in a pub.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place has the best staff I've come across in any running store. All stores claim they offer expert advice, this is the only one I've been in that actually does. Everyone on staff is an avid runner with years of experience. They make excellent recommendations from a terrific selection of shoes, and work hard to ensure you find the right pair for you. They are particularly helpful when I'm trying to find the right shoes for my teens. I'm excited that the store now carries volleyball shoes and tough mudder shoes, both of which I'll be buying soon.
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Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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A very good choice for Happy Hour or pre-Garden events. It always has a hopping crowd, and the bartenders play to it well. I love some of the new beers they've added, and always find something to like on the menu, not that I'm ever there for the food. It is also the runaway winner for the best Broncos bar in NYC. It was packed with Orange and Blue fans for all of Super Bowl weekend and there was a national or Denver TV station in there every few hours. Lots of team branding, too, and indeed the team staff even showed up for a luncheon on Friday.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is badly in need of a facelift and a new chef. It hasn't changed at all since it opened more than a decade ago. I went for lunch today, on the urging of my dining partner, and was again disappointed, this time by the fettucine with Shrimp.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A real gem. The best beer bar in Queens. 24 taps of craft beer, most of them local. The tap system is perfectly maintained - every beer tastes as it should. I love bringing a group to the backyard patio, grilling up our own burgers and chicken, and enjoying the libations.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago