The cost of disruption

The tech world and its pundits talk about which industry will be disrupted next. Travel agencies are a mere shadow of their former stature. Many industries (banks for example) have consolidated wealth and market share and are doing well with far fewer employees. The taxi cab industry is a recent example of disruption, as is […]

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Election year and a stock market shakeup

What are the stable factors in our economy today? Growth is primarily in service industry jobs, I guess. And medicine and health care. The energy sector is reeling from low prices and excess inventory. And yet people want to drill baby drill just outside the Chaco Culture National Historical Park because they think they can […]

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You had me at Hiya Howdy!

Greetings to all of you from distant parts of the universe, like Texas. You are visiting a blog (known to be available world-wide) that is local in flavor and focus. If you presently live in Santa Fe, you may find some familiar information about your town in these pages. If you are in the real […]

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