We all accept risk every day. We try to make informed decisions about the level of risk to which we are exposed.
We drive our cars. We know tens of thousands of people die in the US every year in car accidents. Yet, we drive our cars. We drive them at ridiculous speeds. We choose to go well above the… Continue reading
I haven’t posted much to my blog lately because I have been intensely busy, mostly with traveling, writing, and physical therapy. And I have made some minuscule effort to avoid the computer as typing at the keyboard seems to train wreck my bad shoulder!
Recently, well, over the past several days, I used my Navigon application on the new iPhone… Continue reading