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May 25, 2009 [ More archived home pages here ]

Memorial Day 2009

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Today's song is Where Have All The Flowers Gone by The Kingston Trio, released in 1962.

During the continuing wars we Americans are involved in at the far side of the world, it is important to remember that without the volunteer men and women who protect our freedom, we would be at another nation's mercy. Freedom is not guaranteed except in blood. This day I honor those military who gave their life in the service of our country to keep America free. I recognize all who served in the military and those that serve today to protect American freedom.

My cousin, Linda, sent me a link that she feels tells it like it is. When I was in uniform during 1970 -71, I wore that uniform proudly.


On Saturday I passed my Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications final with a score of 92%. Learning and understanding the principles leads to new insights about business processes. This new knowledge and skill will be applied in useful ways. The certificate of achievement is shown below.


As a Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), I need to keep up with the latest information on that topic from the Project Management Institute as best I can. I ordered the newest version of A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: (PMBOK Guide) Fourth Edition and reading it now. I appreciate all the hard work that went into this new edition.


This looks like an interesting article on Quicktime.


Found on the web links for May 24, 2009 [ Link since removed ]


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