Pencil-whipped

“Pencil-whip. Verb. (third-person singular simple present pencil whips, present participle pencil whipping, simple past and past participle pencil whipped) (idiomatic) To approve a document without actually knowing or reviewing what it is that is being approved.” Typically, pencil whipping is as the definition above from yourdictionary.com implies. It is signing documents without really knowing what is being signed. … Continue reading Pencil-whipped

Are You Putting Best Practices To Work In Your Business?

My travels bring me in to a wide variety of settings across a range of industries. I may be photographing an event, portrait or party one day, then a product line the next.  I can also find myself analyzing processes within a small business or large-scale enterprise. I’ve recently been spending some time on a construction … Continue reading Are You Putting Best Practices To Work In Your Business?

Just say Ahhh-mazon…

I was wrong. Or was I? For months I’ve been dismissing the negative impacts of Amazon on the economy. Perhaps I’ve got a soft spot for a success story. After all, who really took the company seriously when it launched as an online bookseller? Now look at ‘em. Amazon has done incredible things! Sure there’s … Continue reading Just say Ahhh-mazon…