Food for Thought Friday – Wahoo Edition

by Jennifer Miller on August 17, 2012

in Food for Thought Friday, Learning

Earlier this week we were away on a family vacation getting all smart and stuff, courtesy of the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Case in point: who knew there were so many uses for the word “wahoo”? Not only is it a shrub or a large makerel, apparently wahoo might also mean:

 

Extract of WahooA tonic for people with digestive problems, circa 1860 . . .

(Um, maybe this is where the phrase “out the wahoo” originated?)

 

 

 

 


sign with camp wahoo on tent. . . or a place to go camping.

 

 

 

 

 

 

While we were away learning these amazing facts, there was some good edification happening online too.

 

Check out the latest Carnival of HR, courtesy of Chris Young on the Human Capital Strategy blog. Thanks, Chris, for pulling this together!

 

Also, I’m pleased to have been asked to submit a guest post on Building Trusting Customer-Consultant Relationships  for the AEA365 Tip-A-Day by and for Evaluators blog. Thanks to June Gothberg, Senior Research Associate at Western Michigan University (go, Broncos!) for inviting me to share a few trust-building tips with her professional colleagues.

 

 

 

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