Purposefully Random Reads, Week 2 Questions: The One And The Many {Virtual Book Club}
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Purposefully Random Reads, Week 2 Questions: The One And The Many {Virtual Book Club}

Last week kicked off the (no obligation) virtual book club, Purposefully Random Reads. Thanks to everyone who “liked”, tweeted, and commented on the posts. A couple comments were shared, mine included, so to keep up with the book club structure as outlined this week I have a few questions for you to ponder on. If you … Continue reading

July Newsletter Spotlight: {Virtual Book Club} Join Today!
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July Newsletter Spotlight: {Virtual Book Club} Join Today!

Are you a book fanatic?! Are you happiest when you can go on a journey without leaving your seat? Yesterday was the kickoff so there’s plenty of time to get in on the discussion. This month’s subscriber’s will be eligible for a ____________*surprise* (I’m not telling!) Check out my latest posts on the Purposefully Random … Continue reading

Purposefully Random Reads: The One and The Many {Virtual Book Club}
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Purposefully Random Reads: The One and The Many {Virtual Book Club}

You asked for it! The Purposefully Random Reads Virtual Book Club is Kicking Off today! I’m excited! This month’s book: Many Books-The One and the Many by Milton Lesser This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the … Continue reading

AEA Thought Leaders Discussion {Quickie}
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AEA Thought Leaders Discussion {Quickie}

Have you heard? The AEA Thought Leaders discussion almost has a “book club” feel for this round using Missing the Fruit for the Ladder an ebook developed by Matt Keene, an evaluator at the US Environmental Protection Agency with the illustrations being developed by Chris Metzner, graphics extraordinaire and evaluator at the Environmental Evaluators Network (he’s pretty keen on data visualization and graphic design). A great equation data viz +eval =awesomeness! Check … Continue reading