This photo still impresses me.
In other thoughts, the 2012 Olympics in London haven’t even officially kicked off yet (or perhaps I should say, they’re just starting now, given the time zone change), but we’ve already managed to have multiple “scandals” emerge. Way to get things started!
- Mitt Romney Gaff
- Private Security Firm Fails to Deliver
- North Korean Flag Flub
- Greek Olympian Papachristou expelled for ‘racist tweet’
- Greece High Jumper Fails Dope Test
- National Anthem Fiasco Offends Little Englanders
Let the Games begin!
Wow, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted anything except my Twitter collection here. Frankly, pursuing my MBA plus my full time job and trying to make time for a personal life has ruled out much in the way of posting. Because of that, it actually took me over a month to even figure out what my site was offline. Sad, I know.
The other challenge as I get older has been to try to determine where to draw lines about what to post. What personal information am I willing to share with an anonymous audience, and which information do I prefer to keep private? How do I maintain an online presence while also keeping private other information. Over the past few years, I’ve shifted further to the share less category. With some “free” time for reflection coming up, though, perhaps it is time to reconsider those lines again.