Our thinking has evolved significantly over the years and along with it, the manner with which we’ve discussed the issues and solutions. Below are references to earlier ways we thought about the topic.

Be cautioned that, as these pages are now archives, the navigation within them may lead you to unexpected places, such as back to the current site. You’ve been alerted. 🙂


Circa 2020

Circa 2018

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