Doug: Does anyone out there feel like we ought to be running a Side-by-Side today? That was a long six months! But it's time to move on to other things...
Doug: I mentioned in a comment last week that I'd been in Washington, DC for about 10 days doing some work at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. While there, conversations are often on topics that aren't a whole lot of fun, so whenever the work is done and we're making our way to the Metro station, we try to lighten it up a bit. One of my colleagues was talking about an artist who he likes (to save my life, I cannot recall who he was speaking of) and the comment was made that the artist at hand "is a great guitar player". So, feeling a bit Socratic, I pressed him with "What's that mean?" He replied that this guy is just really good. So, again feeling a bit like a pain in the butt, I said, "Yeah, but Eric Clapton and Eddie Van Halen are great guitar players and they are nowhere close to alike. So what do you mean?"
Doug: So that's your job today. Simple task: just give us your two cents on the statement that is the title of this post -- what's it mean to you?
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