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I am much obliged to all the good folks who have posted suggestions and feedback about my first attempt to create an image that would represent my thinking on the role of data in mission-based orga...
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unrelated, I know, but I'm glad to see some recent activity from anyone on G+!
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Come say hello to me, if you're attending Data Day!
  I'm excited about Data Day at Northeastern University tomorrow, which is being co-hosted by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and the Boston Indicators Project. I'll be offering pro bon...
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Hmm.. I should invite his people to my hackathon..
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Wisdom from Marcus Aurelius about free will and about admitting when you're wrong.
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First of all, I want to say that I distrust the term "data-driven organization," even though some very highly respected colleagues use it in their writings and their conversations. I firmly believe...
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Done :))
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OK...I admit that I was completely blind-sided by this.  I thought that the article was about the REAL Spam...the Hormel product...could not imagine why you'd be posting such a thing; but, as a foodie, figured I'd read it.  Then I realized......
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“Never value anything as profitable that compels you to break your promise, to lose your self-respect, to desire anything that needs walls and curtains:  for he who has preferred to everything else his own intelligence and daimon and the worship of its excellence, acts no tragic part, does not groan, will not need either solitude or much company; and what is chief of all, he will live without pursuing or flying from death; but whether for a longer or a shorter time he shall have the soul enclosed in the body, he cares not at all:  for even if he must depart immediately, he will go as readily as if he were going to do anything else that can be done with decency and order; taking  care of this only all through life, that his thoughts abide with the concerns of an intelligent animal and a member of a civil community.”
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Marcus Aurelius on dealing with terrorists.
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Marcus Aurelius was clearly not an American.
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Nice quote.  Staying humble and grounded are always a good idea. 
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Strategist and consultant to nonprofits and philanthropies
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I live to bring resources and needs together for nonprofits and philanthropies, mostly through strategic use of information and communication technologies.
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Strategist and consultant to nonprofits and philanthropies