Tips for a lifelong 11 a side football (soccer) player making the switch to 5 a side? [more inside]
Negotiating a large raise at a small company? Can it be done? And other related questions inside. [more inside]
Diablo is starting to wear a little thin. I need a game. I need some suggestions. I'm feeling a little... world war-ish. Please read on for my snowflake game requirements. [more inside]
I'm looking for citation-worthy sources (studies, manuals, etc) on how civilians react in combat situations or natural disasters, and what police/military tactics & policies are for protecting civilians. Help? [more inside]
How does one go about learning strategy (in general)? [more inside]
Can you point me at some resources where I can learn more about revolutionary tactics? I'm looking for books describing strategies and tactics used in historical revolutions, or instructional books, perhaps in the vein of Clausewitz's On War. Basically, imagine your town is being defended by a guerilla platoon made up of the local teenagers. What books / blogs / etc would you have wanted the guerilla leader to have read?
At least as far as media reports seem to show, Naxalite and Palestinian militant (examples I'm the most familiar with, but certainly not limited to) tactics seem to revolve around suicide attacks and civilian attacks. Why is that, when it seems like such a tactically ill maneuver? [more inside]
I'm looking for some PC game recommendations. I guess I'll settle for X Box 360 and PS3 recommendations as well. I know a variation on this question has been asked many times before, but I have a fairly specific requirements. [more inside]
If you knew someone who had an instinctive grasp for tactics and strategy--a person who could, given a specific scenario, immediately determine the most effective course of action for winning a battle or a series of engagements--but who could not serve in the military due to specific physical limitations, what would you advise him to pursue as far as education and career choices, to make the most of this ability? [more inside]
I work as a fund raiser and need a better system of organization for following up on calls to and from alumni. We are using Banner, which is very clunky and heretofor I am unable to leave the system. I feel very reliant on the computer but as my portfolio grows smaller I want to find a more desk-oriented system that will allow me to peruse my portfolio and follow up on things faster. Any suggestions? [more inside]
Resources for learning about soccer (football) tactics and strategy? [more inside]
I would like to discourage an acquaintance from engaging in an annoying conversational habit. [more inside]
Serving an ace aside, what are the advantages of serving in tennis? Why is it so hard to break a serve? [more inside]
I absolutely suck at all squad-based tactical games (Jagged Alliance, Silent Storm, Fallout Tactics, SWAT). For those of you that are actually good at these types of games, what makes you successful? [more inside]
Lately I have been playing many strategy board games and not winning that much. I feel I need to become a more adept strategic / tactical thinker. What books, mental exercises or other things could help me? [more inside]
Is there an RTS game out there for me? [more inside]
How do I become better at real-time strategy games? [more inside]
Send me to war college. [more inside]
Do you have any favorite oblique strategy style things that are specific for the art you use them for? Like one sentence techniques that go around creative blocks and allow you to do great things? [more inside]
Strategic thinking vs. Tactical thinking. Help me understand the difference and improve my abilities [more inside]
Searching for a link...Scare Tactics played a prank on a guy who worked for Peta. They told him they were trying to combine rat and human DNA (or something along those lines) Can you please help me find the link to this video footage?
What are some good debating tactics to use when appearing on an AM radio show?
Military question -- On a website I was reading recently, I came across this tidbit: "The military continues to experiment with command and control structures designed to delegate and drive decision making to the front lines." Can anyone tell me more about this? I'm interested in how the U.S. military (or any other) has overcome the problem of decision-makers being too far from the action. [more inside]