Articles

Articles

The following articles were written by Bruce Webber:

Photography

Posted 2020-11-25 by Bruce Webber (general)

I recently purchased a mirrorless, full frame camera, which does a great job with both still photography and videography. Photography will be another avenue for self-expression. I will post some of my photos on the Gallery page, and at some point I may create videos as well.

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Great Films

Posted 2020-11-05 by Bruce Webber (great films)

I’m pleased to announce that Timothy Sparks, a long-time friend, will be contributing to this website. Timbo will be writing a series of film reviews, which will have the tag great films.

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Vitamin D3

Posted 2020-11-01 by Bruce Webber (general, The Crisis)

Please consider supplementing your diet with vitamin D3. The level of vitamin D in the blood is correlated with disease outcomes, including COVID-19.

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Buffet Buddy

Posted 2020-10-10 by Bruce Webber (humor)

Do you remember those late night TV commercials for products like the Magic Garden Widget? They would start in black and white, showing someone frustrated at some task. Perhaps it was a woman trying to remove weeds from her garden, wiping her brow.

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A Conversation with Debbie Fordree

Posted 2020-10-04 by Bruce Webber (Phase Shift)

Recently I had the pleasure of talking with Debbie Fordree about what the pandemic revealed, mediation and collaborative divorce, whether this is a liminal time, practices which reduce polarization, and our vision for the future.

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ISO 8601

Posted 2020-09-12 by Bruce Webber (general)

You may have noticed that all dates on this website have the format YYYY-MM-DD (for example, 2020-09-12). This is in accordance with the ISO 8601 standard.

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The Sandwich Cannon

Posted 2020-09-04 by Bruce Webber (humor)

Now that I have a large team reporting to me, it’s hard to find a place for us all to meet.

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The Crisis: The Starting Gun

Posted 2020-08-29 by Bruce Webber (Phase Shift, The Crisis)

This is part two in a series of articles recounting my experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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