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  1. I agree with your thoughts about adapting to and embracing meaningful change. My computer has been reading the Amazon audible introduction to Friedman’s book while I poke through opening chapter. Gravity is overrated. In the “one-click” world, I still remember the epiphany when I used an Automated Teller for the first time. Pervasive implications of change are impossible to ignore. Let’s get with the program. Beam me up, Scotty!

  2. Excellent blog George! I’m reminded of Marshall McLuhan’s quote, “We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.” I worry about our youth today and how many fail to adapt and risk addiction to tech tools. Who is failing who? ”Thanks for Marie Curie’s quote . . . fantastic! RM

  3. Lisa

    I’m quoting you at my opening staff meeting when school resume in August. “We can be frustrated or we can adapt. Technically we can do both, but it is crucial you do the latter.”

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