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I’ve long been an Andrew Lloyd Webber fan. I can remember how delighted I was to find karaoke versions  of  his music were available and how (pleasantly) shocked the audience was the first time I performed it at a local karaoke venue.  The interesting part is that I can rarely belt it out without causing my eyes to tear. I finally stopped singing it in public for that reason. This last week when I saw Susan Boyle perform “Memory” from Cats in the Britain’s Got Talent 2009 competition, I cried most of the way through, in great admiration for Susan and what she represents. I find the performance inspiring every time I watch it. See if you don’t agree.

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Today I’m listening to the unabridged audiobook edition of David Allen’s “Getting Things Done”, a book I first read back in 2001. I was reminded of the book through a Twitter post that had led me to viewing the video of Tom and Zig Ziglar discussing the benefits of Twitter. The site referred to GTD and a Movement toward GTD. Not giving time to thought, I wanted to know what GTD stood for, Googled “what is GTD” to get the answer “Getting Things Done” and ended up following several links to further information.