The morning always has a way of creeping up on me and peeking in my bedroom windows. The sunrise is such a pervert. – Jarod Kintz
Bridget Prediction: More and more people are finally seeing the value of technical skills. Being able to DO something versus think about or manage or strategize. I’d be interested to see stats of increased enrollment at technical schools this year. Someone link me if you see numbers.
Ehh, it’s a little slow in the way of news this morning. Plenty of articles on runoffs, but it’s Peach Pundit – we knew about the runoffs real-time.
- SMDH. PSC approves Plant Vogtle cost overruns.
- Georgia legislators discuss military sequester.
- Well, this stinks: Lockheed-Martin to cut about 550 jobs in Marietta
- So what had happened was – the monkeys…and my pants…oh, nevermind. Georgia Health Sciences University lab tech knows how to party.
- In other animal news – State officials recommend swine flu precautions.
- Gov. Deal weighs in on immigration.
- Atlanta No 17 for Gen Y workers.
- Which PAC is paying for that ad? There’s an app for that.
- Social media geeks will probably like this article too: Inside Mitt Romney’s Digital Campaign
- What we think about the 50 states — in 1 map. Scroll over the map. “Why is Georgia so…” 1.Hot; 2. Racist; 3. Boring; 4. Humid. Ouch.
- Obama: Team Romney coming on strong, playing dirty, time to ‘put them away’
- An anti-gay, pro-life Democratic incumbent a narrowly retains seat against a socially liberal, pro-choice and pro-gay Republican.
- The Braves won against the Nationals last night.
- You’ve probably heard, but I haven’t seen it mentioned: Ivan, the 50yo gorilla at Zoo Atlanta dies.
- Dekalb has its own cray cray too. Andrea Sneiderman girds for battle.
- Sweetwater expands. Hip hip for the home team.
- 92% of workplace fatalities are male. The jokes just write themselves.
Updated by Charlie: I’m going to add in here a Happy Birthday to Martha Zoller. Clearly she didn’t get what she wanted out of Tuesday’s vote, but she continues with a good political future ahead of her, whether that’s in media or elected office. She remains in a position to make a difference for the causes she holds dear. I look forward to seeing what’s next for her.