Monthly Archives: June 2012

Obamacare Overview


Obamacare has not been high on my priority list even though it should be, because like many middle class Americans it’s going to change the way I buy and use health care.   I’d almost apologize for not understanding all … Continue reading

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Alan Turing Google Doodle honors Computing Pioneer


Check out the most complicated Google Doodle of all time here, where the Google Doodle of the day  celebrates the birthday of computer science pioneer Alan Turing.   Turing is reasonably considered a founder of computer science even though he … Continue reading

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Retire USA blogging team adds National Retirement Expert Debbie Grovum


We are really pleased to have Debbie Grovum join our amazing group of retirement bloggers over at Retire USA. ————————— DEBBIE GROVUM NAMED FEATURED BLOGGER ON NATIONAL RETIREMENT WEBSITE (SARASOTA, FL) National retirement expert and Sarasota resident Debbie Drinkard Grovum, … Continue reading

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Grameen Foundation and Grameen Bank – doing global good 24/7


The Grameen Bank and Grameen Foundation have been two of my favorite “do good” projects for some time.   Today I had a chance to talk about their amazing work with Alex Counts, the President of the Foundation he started … Continue reading

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