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Summer Reading, 2016

Although summers tend to zip by, leaving unfinished books and other ambitions in the dust, I still get excited at the prospect of “loads of free time” (after work or while on vacation) just to relax and enjoy a good book.   The first challenge is to select, purchase or borrow the book — never mind the dozens I already own.   Since …Read the Rest

Mindfulness at Work (and School)

The CWRU-Daily.com recently featured the mindfulness research of Christopher Lyddy, an organizational doctoral candidate at Case Western Reserve’s Weatherhead School of Management.  Lyddy, a co-lead author with Weatherhead alum Darren Good, PhD., and colleagues have published an article entitled “Contemplating Mindfulness at Work:  An Integrative Review” in the 42 Journal of Management 114 (2016). The Daily …Read the Rest

14th Annual Halloween Run for Justice, Sat., October 31, 2015

All walkers, runners and costume lovers, get ready for the 14th Annual Halloween Run for Justice-Cavs Spirit Edition at the Galleria at Erieview, 1301 E. 9th St., in downtown Cleveland!  The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association is partnering with the Cavs to ramp up this spirited special event.  This year, “joining us will be the Cavs Scream Team, …Read the Rest

State Laws That Went Into Effect on January 1st

Did you know that starting January 1, Wisconsin municipalities may legalize pedal pubs?* These are quadricycles in which peddlers may consume alcohol while traveling from bar to bar. This is one of the many new state laws identified by the National Conference of State Legislatures. The NCSL’s “Annual List of State Laws Going Into Effect on …Read the Rest

Online Access to Federal Court Trials

The merits of allowing cameras in federal courts has been debated for many years. In 1972, the Judicial Conference of the United States adopted a prohibition against cameras in the courtroom. From 1972 until 1990 the Code of Federal Conduct for United States Judges flatly mandated that a “judge should prohibit broadcasting, televising, recording, or taking …Read the Rest

Privacy is Key Feature of Free Search Engines

If you haven’t tried a new search engine in awhile, you might want to look into a couple that are beginning to catch on with searchers concerned with privacy as well as reliable results. DuckDuckGo (DDG) is making a splash in the press as well as among those who follow tech trends. Recently featured in …Read the Rest