Hot, hot, hot. In most of the USA, above average temperatures and below average rain have parched both the ground and the spirits of good citizens. This is especially true for me.
Look at this, then tell me what you think.
For the past few weeks I’ve felt hot and tired. My never ending condition of exhaustion comes from the fast pace of teaching summer classes at the U, and not yet being acclimated to the heat of South Carolina. To compound matters, my old laptop died. To my dismay, I discovered that my backups got messed up. Consequently, I’m lost my archived e-mail from before June.
Look for a flood of blog posts in the near future. I’ll clear out a backlog of partially written posts I’ve worked on during the past three weeks. Then, I’ll turn to the Annual Meeting of the American Accounting Association to be held in Washington DC, starting this coming weekend. I expect I’ll have quite a bit to say about IFRS adoption, government regulation of financial reporting, and the fatally flawed audit model used in North America and Europe. Then, I’ll be turning to social media usage. Just for kicks, I’ll write a bit about some developments in higher education.
I’m glad to be back.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht