If you’ve been following my adventures, I teed up this current blog series by telling you it was originally going to be one interview on DisrupTV that turned into something else. So, while I’ve promised to cover the material, it seems that doing it ad seriatum is just not going to work. As they say on […]Read More The Internet of Things (and a little #SDRR)
I guested on DisrupTV a few weeks ago, with the always amazing Ray Wang – @rwang0 to his zillions of Twitter fans, and the equally futuristic Vala Afshar, aka @ValaAfshar. Their podcasts live here. This wasn’t our first pony ride, so I knew they’d want to know what I was up to and what I’d want […]Read More IoT, FoW, Sex, Drug Alternatives and Rock & Roll – and Podcasting
Disclosure: I am not a qualified, or even semi-qualified, investment advisor. You can find them many other places than here. But I am a qualified mom. And note-taker. So these are just notes from my history of doing things with money that I’m passing on to my own kids. If your mom disagrees with me, […]Read More Investment Notes from Mom
I answer a lot of questions on Quora. I just like the ‘economy’ of it. One person asks, many people answer, a learning community takes shape. And in the course of answering a question, sometimes the most important learning is what the answerer learns through the act of answering. This is a recent question someone […]Read More The Choice of Leadership
Dorothy, we’re not in Kansas anymore. The moral compass that Auntie Em and Uncle Henry provided has been spun through the eye of the tornado and it has lost its direction. I don’t have to tell you, right? You watch the news. You make judgments. And, I expect you have a moral compass that tells […]Read More Creeps and Cheats and Crooks, Oh My!
Election Day will be here soon. Wherever you live, you’ll probably be asked a few ballot questions along with your selection of candidates for whatever job openings there are. Yours might be about your willingness to fund some project or change some tradition or underwrite some new bureaucracy. Did you ever notice that these Election […]Read More What if we Gave an Election and Nobody Came?
Although I’ve had pretty much of a management life (which is unavoidable when you keep starting companies) when Labor Day rolls around, I get flashbacks to the time I walked more than a few picket lines. And, when I hear that the number of people carrying union cards is dropping in the US, I’m disturbed […]Read More Celebrate Labor Day, Then Get to Work