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​#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #Relax, ROT#1 *

#SocialCurrentSee® ▶ #Relax* (ROT#1 ▶ @ALTACITIES in @Storify "Rules of Tumb" — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 30, 2016
One of the ROTs (meaning Rules of Thumb) that I am prone to follow on a consistent basis is to spend time daily compiling, writing, and publishing to my family of blogs, all under the moniker #SocialCurrentSee.  If you don't get it, the personal rule is "creativity stems from passion".

Blogging, for me, is more than a creativity exercise, but it is a personal journal to facilitate storytelling and a wide range of topics. What started about then years ago at the diagnosis (DX) of my cancer (mantle cell lymphoma or MCL) has evolved to include a family of blogs and sites using the synergy of the three URLs captioned under the photo above.

Amazon XNG Shop by ALTACITIES® — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 21, 2016
Today's Tweets are Tomorrow's Posts and some of our posts here c…

​#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #'Waksaled' *

#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #Gen-X,Y, but Gwz* (Mickelson 'insider trading' story linked to others) · @ALTALOMAN · @Storify — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 21, 2016
#SocialCurrentSee#ALTACITIES#Trilogy link to story: Martha, Sam, James, and ‘Lefty’ ▶ — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 21, 2016* # 'WAKSAL'ed = This coined moniker pertains to the story of medical entrepreneur Sam Waksal and his link to notable author and lifestyle guru Martha Stewart. One could easily file this story under the generic title, "The more things change, the more they remain the same."

Black-listed on more than just Wikipedia, Samuel D. "Sam" Waksal, Ph.D., (born September 8, 1947) is the founder and former CEO of the biopharmaceutical company ImClone Systems. He is also the founder and CEO of Kadmon Pharmaceuticals which was financed with private capital and commenced operations in New York City in 2010. At …

#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #Evidence HRC*

#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #Evidence HRC* @ALTALOMAN archive in @Storify: ‘Oh, how the mighty is the #ClintonFoundation! — Mike Foxworth (@ALTALOMAN) May 15, 2016
For most of us who think about philanthropy and fund-raising, what first comes to mind may be whatever favorite charitable cause we choose to support.  Perhaps there are multiple causes.

If you actually work in fund-raising (as I did for nonprofit hospitals for nearly 40 years), the topic generally conjures visions of donors and prospective donors, usually individuals who can and will make a difference with generous giving.  In hospitals, we called these people grateful patients.

Partly because of that "grateful patient" element, one of the top tenants of fund-raising for most nonprofits is that giving is always LOCAL, so the accounts of the highly-successful fund-raising done by the Clintons through the #ClintonFoundation are remarkable and essentially unable to be duplicated by any other cause an…

​#SocialCurrentSee® ▶ #MISTRIAL *


#SocialCurrentSee®▶ #H.O.M.E.*