Monthly Archives: June 2011

Conversations with a dreamer


I have these meaningful talks with my kid. They usually go down when I’m driving my (now scratched) car on the highway, with my little one in the back, strapped to her seat and philosophizing about things in between ordering … Continue reading

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Mirror, mirror, on the wall


As we commemorated World Refugee Day all around the Globe on June 20th, I was reflecting on what would make that day really and meaningfully celebratory. My answer is simple and unwavering. Going out of business. I work for the … Continue reading

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I believe in us


Guy Kawasaki tweeted something the other day that got me thinking. Some of you reading this will amazingly not know what tweeting means. I will assume that you all know who Guy Kawasaki is and what tweeting means and I … Continue reading

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