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    Vacation 2011 - Day 1

    Just the thought of a vacation has been the only thing keeping me going lately.  I'm so glad it's finally here.

    I want to thank my East Coast friend, GYSC, for getting my vacation started off on the right foot.  On his Friday night music video request post, he played a Jimmy Buffett song I had requested for my birthday.  Thanks GYSC.  All the music was great.  I drank some red wine and listened to all the songs when I got home from work.  The variety was great.  I went to bed about 3am.

    I slept till about 10:30am.  I got up and watched the latest Triangulation on TWiT.TV.  The guest was Don Tapscott.  They talked about the history of change in the world, the future, and how technology and social networking is changing the world.  The show had lots of good information if you are a long term investor wanting to be on the forefront of macro changes.  Don talks to heads of corporations and Heads of State all over the world.  It's a fun, but low key show, so maybe watch it while browsing the Sunday newspaper or just having a cup of tea or coffee.  Get your brain thing on!

    My friend Dave, and his wife Tanya, just stopped by.  Be back later.  In the mean time, check out Don Tapscott on Triangulation.

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