Thursday, September 21, 2006

Love

To my son...

Love is the pressure between our hands as I hold yours while crossing the street.
Love is me catching you as you fall off a rock you were climbing.
Love is you walking just a little too far ahead.
I love you "too much."

Love

To my son...

Love is the pressure between our hands as I hold yours while crossing the street.
Love is me catching you as you fall off a rock you were climbing.
Love is you walking just a little too far ahead.
I love you "too much."

Love

To my son...

Love is the pressure between our hands as I hold yours while crossing the street.
Love is me catching you as you fall off a rock you were climbing.
Love is you walking just a little too far ahead.
I love you "too much."

Options Backdating: score one for the little guy!

All of the recent SEC investigation into stock option grant backdating started with some research done by a professor, Erik Lie, at the University of Iowa. I love it when the little guy can cause such positive change just by speaking up.

As if it weren't hard enough to predict the value of publicly traded stocks, greed and corruption have made it effectively impossible. Unless a public company complies with a base set of accounting rules (granted, many of the actual rules are flawed), there is no way to value it.

Erik's work, over time, will minimize the obfuscation that backdating causes in a publicly traded companies stock price; thanks Erik!

Options Backdating: score one for the little guy!

All of the recent SEC investigation into stock option grant backdating started with some research done by a professor, Erik Lie, at the University of Iowa. I love it when the little guy can cause such positive change just by speaking up.

As if it weren't hard enough to predict the value of publicly traded stocks, greed and corruption have made it effectively impossible. Unless a public company complies with a base set of accounting rules (granted, many of the actual rules are flawed), there is no way to value it.

Erik's work, over time, will minimize the obfuscation that backdating causes in a publicly traded companies stock price; thanks Erik!

Options Backdating: score one for the little guy!

All of the recent SEC investigation into stock option grant backdating started with some research done by a professor, Erik Lie, at the University of Iowa. I love it when the little guy can cause such positive change just by speaking up.

As if it weren't hard enough to predict the value of publicly traded stocks, greed and corruption have made it effectively impossible. Unless a public company complies with a base set of accounting rules (granted, many of the actual rules are flawed), there is no way to value it.

Erik's work, over time, will minimize the obfuscation that backdating causes in a publicly traded companies stock price; thanks Erik!

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

What a beautiful day!

Fall is around the corner, and my favorite weather of the year is here. Sunny with a touch of crispness in the air makes for great bike rides, hikes and walks. I love it here!

What a beautiful day!

Fall is around the corner, and my favorite weather of the year is here. Sunny with a touch of crispness in the air makes for great bike rides, hikes and walks. I love it here!

What a beautiful day!

Fall is around the corner, and my favorite weather of the year is here. Sunny with a touch of crispness in the air makes for great bike rides, hikes and walks. I love it here!