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I knew Write/Speak/Code 2015 was going to be phenomenal and it did not disappoint. If you’re heard of or experienced that death of a thousand little cuts, Write/Speak/Code is life built through a thousand small supportive acts. I am no … Continue reading
Shutting down all public transportation in New York City is blasphemous. You don’t understand unless you live here. This is a city where you can get pizza delivered to you at 2am in most neighborhoods. This is a city where … Continue reading
I tend to be a perfectionist. I remember attaching myself to this concept at a very young age. One young memory is of me folding a paper in half, and working tirelessly to get the edges perfect, as well as … Continue reading
What if Jesus came back and the same thing happened again?
INTJ‘s aren’t rare. They quit. They saw the system in place and left.
I’ve been reading The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business by Patrick Lencioni. I think of it as the follow-up book to Built to Last: Successful Habits of Visionary Companies by Jim Collins. In Built to Last, … Continue reading
What if Steve Jobs was mad at Schmidt, Page and Brin for stealing more than just the iPhone idea?
So I’m sitting in a classroom with a bunch of other jaded, disheartened job seekers, con artists, time killers, etc., attending a job training program/babysitting program for those of us who are collecting a public assistance check from the government. … Continue reading
If you were mayor, with a declining tax base, a deteriorating economic environment, and a really large healthcare bill that — with a small reduction in sugar consumption — could be easily reduced, how would you do it? Maybe I … Continue reading
This is why the Tea Party exists: 3,500 vacant residential buildings with the ability to house about 70,000 people and New York City is spending – last time I checked – over $30K per year for each homeless family it … Continue reading
What form of Tourette’s is that? You’re not going to stop, are you? Who are you talking to? I’m not staring at you, I’m trying to read the words. So … What’s your diagnosis? Sssh! … Do you hear that? … Continue reading