Monthly Archives: March 2011

I never thought I’d say this…

I just finished reading Start-up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle, in which authors Dan Senor and Saul Singer document the unequaled track record of innovation and entrepreneurial accomplishment in Israel since its establishment more than 60 years ago.  … Continue reading

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Changing Places

I recently received a link to a Corning Glass UTube video. The clip illustrates how people seamlessly share information and touch each other through technology, at the leading edge today and cutting edge tomorrow. From a brand development and marketing … Continue reading

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Gordon Ramsey – Expert or Amateur

I do not watch much TV, aside from  some sporting events.  I do, however, have a love of cooking. So watching a few cooking shows from time to time helps me be a better cook.  This is where Gordon Ramsey … Continue reading

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