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Entries from March 2011

Another Lesson for Grant Writers from KU Basketball: Every Organization Needs a Great Grant Writing Point Guard

March 27th, 2011 · 2 Comments

My beloved KU Jayhawks just got bounced from the Elite Eight round of the NCAA Tournament by a much lower ranked team, V.C.U. As much as I favor the Jayhawks, who would probably beat V.C.U. nine out of ten times, V.C.U. was the better team today and deserved to win. Having watched most of the [...]

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March Links: Reinventing Philanthropy, Bureaucrats in Action, Urbanism and Environment, Abstinence Education on Valentine’s Day, and More

March 21st, 2011 · No Comments

* Google Finds It Hard to Reinvent Philanthropy. Seliger + Associates unsurprised. * Bureaucrat acts like a jerk and attempts to silence smart guy. News at 11:00. * Southwest Airlines pilot holds plane for murder victim’s family. Wow. * Why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period. * FYI: US manufacturing still [...]

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Why You’re Unlikely to see “Seliger and Associates Presents Grant Writing Confidential: The Book and Musical” Anytime Soon

March 6th, 2011 · 2 Comments

A recent commenter told us, “You should write a book, if you haven’t already.” We’ve thought idly about doing a book and then gone back to drinking Aviations, admiring the sunset, and writing proposals. But we might eventually write a book if the conditions are right. The main reason I haven’t spent a lot of [...]

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