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And Now for Something Completely Different

‘Tis the season for warmth and cheer For friends and family, far and near. Traditions abound, some with a twist Sugar plums dance, and the kids make lists. For some there is change Stirring beneath the snow. For some there is travel So it’s time to go! Stay tuned in the near term For I’ll… Continue reading And Now for Something Completely Different

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I cut the cable – and I like it

I’ve debated this move for months and months, eliminating my cable bundle and going completely mobile. This week, I did – and to be honest, I wish I’d done so sooner. My biggest concern, of course, was the quality of the experience – would the video render well? Would my pages load in good time?… Continue reading I cut the cable – and I like it

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Aaaaaand ACTION!

As you can see, there’s been a lapse in my posting activities here in the past few months. Can’t say I have an excuse, just life getting in the way, I suppose – travel, family, etc. I’m hoping this changes – NOW. Last year, I set out to discuss the notion of change and its… Continue reading Aaaaaand ACTION!

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This, Then That: Not-So-Secret Secrets to Reinventing

In the past year, I’ve met many high-level executives in what I’ll call “today’s media industry,” companies that have been around for 10 years or less. Many of them are entrepreneurs themselves, while some are running someone else’s small to midsize agency. Interestingly to me, the single trait that each of them shared was the… Continue reading This, Then That: Not-So-Secret Secrets to Reinventing

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Without Boundaries

An article in The New York Times this weekend (Taking Your Feelings to Work, June 11, 2011 – subscription necessary – http://www.nytimes.com/2011/06/12/jobs/12pre.html?ref=business) reminded me of how much the workplace has changed since I graduated from college in 1993. “Work was supposed to be a hyperrational realm of logic, filled with timetables, organizational charts and returns… Continue reading Without Boundaries