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Another day in Cambridge

September 28, 2016

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My consulting project started up this week, so I have been very busy. Here’s a view from the Longfellow Bridge, which runs from Kendall Square in Cambridge to Boston. It is also known as the “salt and pepper” bridge since the structures look like salt and pepper shakers. The picture I took was very dark, […]

Mr. Ken – the serious book reader

August 10, 2016

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Who knew that my beloved Mr. Ken would turn into such a serious book reader? Here he is, hard at work, reading his latest book, “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow. Yes, this is the very same book upon which the musical, “Hamilton,” is based. Mr. Ken recently decided to join a book club at our […]

Surprises in Cambridge

May 18, 2016

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I had occasion to be back in Cambridge at the Harvard Business School for a Board meeting. I just love being in Cambridge! I feel smarter when I’m there.🙂 I was a little early to my meeting, so I took a stroll around the area. The Business School is right next to the Charles River, […]

A walk through my hometown

January 6, 2016

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I love to walk and part of my morning routine is a walk through my town. Even when I walk the same route, there is always something new and interesting to see. I thought I would share some of the sights with you. These pictures are taken with my little smartphone. We have a small […]

Christmas vacation week

December 30, 2015

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I decided to do something a bit different this year. I decided to view the week between Christmas and New Year’s a real vacation. I used to love this week off when I was in school; you had the time to enjoy the Christmas presents and time to look forward to the New Year. We […]

There is always a way

December 2, 2015

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Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. And no, it’s not because of the food, but because of the emphasis on being thankful and being around family and friends. I am always reflective now too, since I have such happy memories of spending Thanksgiving with my Dad’s side of the family. They lived in Plymouth, which is […]

The future of marketing

October 21, 2015

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The décor for the Future M conference was, appropriately, futuristic. For pictures see, My week at Future M.  And not surprisingly, the theme was the future of marketing. Here are some main points from the first keynote talk, “Innovation in Technology” by Brian David Johnson, Futurist and Principal Engineer at Intel. We can turn anything […]