Types of Mediators to Select From

Nancy B. Alston

When consideration mediation, one should consider the type of mediator he or she desire. Additionally, the type and style the mediator normally used during the process should match the personality of the disputing parties. In this regard, there are three basic types of mediators to select from. They are the […]

We’re Wired to Maintain a Healthy Weight

Nancy B. Alston

Suppose you had a “fat meter” that would send a loud “STOP!” message to your brain once you’d accumulated enough fat. Suddenly, you’d have no desire for pizza, ice cream, or potato chips. You’d look at these favorite foods, even smell their enticing odors, and wouldn’t even be tempted. Or […]

Innovation – Regulatory Road Kill?

Nancy B. Alston

The 90’s brought us companies such as Amazon.com, eBay, Netscape, Broadcom, and AOL to name a few. We discovered web browsers, PDAs, universal email, voice over IP, DSL, broadband cable, cable telephony, Wi-Fi, and TiVo among others. The 80’s brought us companies such as Dell, Compaq, Cisco, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Adobe […]

Interpersonal Theory of Poetry – TS Eliot

Nancy B. Alston

Eliot’s claims of himself to be a classicist raised a noisy reaction among his critics and in his emphasis on the ‘generalizing power’ and ‘the critics’ need to objectify’ in his essay ‘The Perfect Critic’ gives a clue to his special type of classicism. The concern for the poem as […]