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User:Jodi.a.schneider

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To doEdit

Create barcodes quote pageEdit

“Go back to Genesis and read about the Creation. God says, ‘I will call the night “night”; I will call the heavens “heaven.” ' Naming was important. Then the Tower of Babel came along and messed everything up. In effect, the U.P.C. has put everything back into one language, a kind of Esperanto, that works for everyone.” -w:Alan Haberman quoted in http://www.wired.com/2014/06/forty-years-on-the-humble-barcode-has-turned-everything-into-information/

Consider an ebooks quote pageEdit

SourceEdit

  • Categorize "two heads are better than one, even if one is a cabbage... because if all else fails, you can eat the cabbage” (old proverb from Eve Earley http://www.eveearley.ie/?p=187)
  • Peter Drucker, the father of modern management theory, wrote, "There can be no communication if it is conceived as going from the 'I' to the 'Thou.' Communication works only from one member of 'us' to another." (via http://www.manageyourwriting.com/2011/08/this-week-find-the-we.html )
  • The bicycle, the bicycle surely, should always be the vehicle of novelists and poets.
    • Christopher Morley
  • Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted.
    • Hans Margolius
  • Let there be one more beautiful song in the cosmos / Let there be one more perfectly ravishing tune / Let there be words that simply say the way I feel today / Three quarters church, one quarter a saloon
    • Ed Kleban, A Class Act
  • if you are a poet, all you have to do is be there when the bread comes fresh from the oven.

* Consider a "story"/"stories" quote pageEdit

"maybe stories are just data with a soul" Brene Brown http://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on_vulnerability.html

IncorporateEdit