Are people tired of it? Some are. Almost five years is a long time to keep volunteers working together on an issue.
A message to my neighbors in Central Austin and to any community that has had to live with the fallout from having a big box store push its way in.
The first spade of dirt has been turned. The bulldozers are busy. The piles of broken asphalt and dry earth are mounting up.
When I try to make my normal walk from my office at the Chase Tower around the Northcross triangle, I can’t. There is a metal fence with a plain green cloth stretched from the middle of the parking lot all the way to Anderson. I can’t see what is happening except through holes where the cloth doesn’t fit quite tightly enough to exclude me. [Read more...]
Periodically, it’s good to go through your business library and free-cycle what no longer inspires you. Passing them along to others means I don’t have to feel badly about getting rid of books. Instead I think of them as getting a new home.
Here are three that I would not part with no matter what year it is or how old they they are. So instead of giving them away, I want to encourage you to add them to your library or go to the library and check them out. [Read more...]