Originally published at Thread Intelligence Participation. Write it down in ink, because it is the word for, and it represents the mindset and approach to, all interactions that involve a human being in the future. Nathan Shedroff suggested this to
After picking up the children last night, we were driving to pick up Chinese food and then to my parents. On the way I stopped to pick up some pants that were being lengthened (my waist is getting *higher*?!). That
I adore public speaking. I mean, I really, really relish talking in front of a group. It is exciting, stimulating, rewarding and just plain fun! Today I had the opportunity to sit on a panel with executives from two larger
Originally published at Thread Intelligence I spend a lot of time involved with business development. This means I make presentations to groups of various sizes, talking about our business model in general and Information Design in particular. It is something
I just had a really excellent conversation with a woman that I met on emode match. It has been a while since I have had a really great conversation, in real time, not connected with business or some vested personal
Originally published at Thread Intelligence Last week’s article looked at the application of Information Design in photography, an activity that, while casually performed by most everyone in their personal lives, is also a skilled profession. This week the focus moves
I’m writing an Information Design article while watching “Six Feet Under.” They just had a scene where David and Keith – who have been having relationship problems – had a stolen moment of shared happiness (that was really well acted
One cliche that is most certainly true – yet remains difficult for seemingly all humans to embrace – is that you always feel better after doing the right thing. My parents have been paying for the private schooling for my
My dad was over this afternoon to take the toilet and sink out of the 1/2 bath in the foyer, in preparation for updating that room along with the myriad other home improvements. He took the lead and I assisted.
We made a chocolate cake this morning and – needless to say – the boys are trying to quickly finish their lunch so that they can have a piece. How fun!