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Archive for February, 2008

  • Groupthink is an endemic problem of groups and bureaucracies charged with making decisions when the decision makers use peer pressure to limit debate, enforce an often false consensus, and avoid […]

    The 8 Signs of Groupthink

    Groupthink is an endemic problem of groups and bureaucracies charged with making decisions when the decision makers use peer pressure to limit debate, enforce an often false consensus, and avoid […]

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  • In my recent correspondence with a pet rescuer who has yet to embrace No-Kill, I saw firsthand the phenomenon that Nathan Winograd discusses in Redemption: that we hear so much […]

    Killing for a Myth

    In my recent correspondence with a pet rescuer who has yet to embrace No-Kill, I saw firsthand the phenomenon that Nathan Winograd discusses in Redemption: that we hear so much […]

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  • Here’s an e-mail I got today from a horse and dog rescuer (Help A Horse Organization) who is rather miffed at my “Buy From a Breeder” rhetoric. I think she […]

    Parroting PeTA

    Here’s an e-mail I got today from a horse and dog rescuer (Help A Horse Organization) who is rather miffed at my “Buy From a Breeder” rhetoric. I think she […]

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  • An unintended occurance of a visual double negative. When paradigms shift and the new guard replaces the old guard there is generally a lot of spitting and cursing and ill […]

    Hatred for Winograd

    An unintended occurance of a visual double negative. When paradigms shift and the new guard replaces the old guard there is generally a lot of spitting and cursing and ill […]

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  • I just got a click through from a rather strange looking address, www.wefeelfine.org, and I thought I’d investigate. It turns out that it’s a rather fascinating project (with a Stanford […]

    We Feel Fine

    I just got a click through from a rather strange looking address, www.wefeelfine.org, and I thought I’d investigate. It turns out that it’s a rather fascinating project (with a Stanford […]

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