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    1. Ivan Illich, no fan of schooling or authoritarian structures of any kind, writes movingly about the role of the true, deep teacher. So does George Steiner, using language of “master” and “disciple” that would make many open-web folks cringe–or worse. Yet even the great and greatly democratic poet Walt Whitman salutes his “eleves” at one point. And I have experienced and been very grateful for the wisdom of those teacher-leaders who brought me into a fuller experience and understanding of my own responsibilities as a leader.
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  9. Dec 2020
    1. I find it very interesting that they refer to Mansa Musa and Musse Melly. I wouldn’t have understood they were referring to the same person if it wasn’t for the fact they stated about his riches and wealth. In addition, it confirms the fact that he was very wealthy which is stated in many texts. He was wealthy for extracting of riches, but he also was influential leader in Africa.

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  15. Nov 2018
    1. . The “triple threat” leader— skilled clinician, researcher, and educator — wasthe paradigm of exceptional faculty achievement (orfantasy) for more than a generation. Balancing aproductive research career with teaching and clinicalcare was easier when academic health centers wereless accountable for the quality and cost of clinicalcare than they are now.
  16. Jun 2017
    1. no data loss will occur as long as producers and consumers handle this possibility and retry appropriately.

      Retries should be built into the consumer and producer code. If leader for the partition fails, you will see a LeaderNotAvailable Exception.

  17. Apr 2017
    1. Massanello

      Masaniello (an abbreviation of Tomasso Aniello) led a revolt against Spain in 1647. Born and raised in Naples, Masaniello was a fisherman and fishmonger. In the 1640s, Spain, which ruled Naples, imposed a series of heavy taxes in order to help fund its wars elsewhere. The Neapolitans revolted on July 7, 1647, and Masaniello, a well-known man, attempted to discipline the mob. Eventually, he became the rebel leader, negotiated terms with the Spanish, and became "captain-general of the Neapolitan people." However, he began to act erratically, and by July 17, 1647, he had been assassinated.

  18. Sep 2013