Monthly Archives: November 2013

Bittersweet in the Bakken

The Bakken fracking boom is a testament to the innate ingenuity of the human mind. Who thought just a few short years ago that application of new technology on old oil fields would turn North Dakota into America’s 2nd largest … Continue reading

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Do You Want To Be My Boss?

Laramie County needs a new Planning & Development Director.  The hitch?  You have to put up with me (or at least I hope you would put up with me).  Located in beautiful southeast Wyoming, in the state capital of Cheyenne, … Continue reading

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Chaotic and Messy > Orderly and Dumb

H/T to StrongTowns Blog for a News Digest item on a Bloomberg op-ed/ investigative/ advocacy journalism piece on my college state of Illinois.  Chuck’s commentary hits a couple hot buttons (e.g. “economic development” vs “industrial recruitment”) and, well, how much … Continue reading

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