12/31/13
Posted at 0:14h, 31 Dec 2013 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, It’s been quite a year. Dell went private. Twitter went public. And so did Edward Snowden. The bottom line: we learned that technology is a double-edged nuclear weapon. We always knew we were being tracked. For years now, any google search showed us that, given the targeted ads that we were then […]
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12/17/13
Posted at 0:13h, 17 Dec 2013 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, First, don’t forget that our breakfast is tomorrow morning, so don’t forget to register! We were guests of Dell World last week, and despite the fact that this list is filled with entrepreneurs who hope to someday go public or be acquired, we must say that there was a special energy being […]
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12/10/13
Posted at 0:12h, 10 Dec 2013 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, We came across a statistic that hiring was up 4% in the tech sector in NYC. We expected it to be higher as well, considering that there is a ‘tech shortage’ and is there a company in the city that isn’t screaming for tech help and even help in other areas? They […]
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12/3/13
Posted at 0:12h, 03 Dec 2013 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, Kool-Aid is so 90s, and since soylent is the Drink of the Future, we’ll play. We’re getting to that time again – end of the year, when everyone comes out with their Top Ten This and Best of That. We personally believe it’s the perfect time to take a hard, cold look […]
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11/26/13
Posted at 0:11h, 26 Nov 2013 by Bonnie Halper 1 Comments 135 Likes Share
Good morning, All, That was for Stargate SG-1 fans. Short week, so we’re keeping it short. For anyone who has ever cooked a turkey, and the full Thanksgiving meal, you know that it takes time. It’s part of the ritual, in fact. The bird goes into the oven (we are not into that deep-fried thing: it’s just wrong) and stuffed or unstuffed, it takes hours. And needs basting and attention every now and again. And then there are the vaious and assorteds to prepare, and from start to finish, it takes days. Many nations have a ritual not unlike Thanksgiving. Canada’s falls in October. Their signature dishes take time to properly prepare as well: take that turkey out of the oven before it’s fully cooked, and you can get quite sick, or worse. Yet once the feast app...
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