Tag Archives: serendipity


A few years ago, when I started podcasting and blogging, I knew I was doing something unusual.  Being on what turned out to be the “cutting edge” felt a little weird, but I had good company, with a band of … Continue reading

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Where do Those Good Ideas Come From?

In doing some research for a new project, I stumbled across a new animate from The RSA based on a lecture I love from Steve Johnson. (You should really listen to the whole podcast, or better yet, subscribe to the … Continue reading

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Don’t Make All The Decisions For Me

My friend, Chris Brogan, wrote an interesting post about the future of geo-location apps and mobile.  Chris is flooded with information every day, and I understand why he wants Yelp to automatically narrow selections to his favorites or preferred categories- … Continue reading

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How Great Ideas are Born

I found a new favorite podcast recently- TheRSA.org. The RSA describes itself as: For over 250 years the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) has been a cradle of enlightenment thinking and a force for … Continue reading

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Bookstores and Public Life

This morning, I was getting caught up in news, and this article about the closing of a Barnes and Noble in Manhattan grabbed my attention.  It’s clear that Barnes and Noble has been acting more like a community center for … Continue reading

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