There is something powerful and compelling in a good challenge. In principle, many complex challenges have simple solutions. There are three types of solutions to challenges, the first type of solution is the cunning, cerebral type – it is usually based on the premise that wisdom and experience will eventually trump power and authority.
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First, I want to acknowledge my source - First Monday . A a much loved and respected internet newsletter, FM is also a unique online peer-reviewed journal. Since its first edition (exactly 12 years ago), First Monday has published 860 papers, written by over 1000 authors. First Monday chief editor, Edward J. Valauskas, is a teacher, a curator of [...]