Adobe Consulting Seeks Talent

Posted on July 17, 2006 Under Life

Believe it or not, one of, if not the best software companies in the world has a consulting agency-- Adobe Consulting. I received a note from some friends who work there telling me that they're in search of absolutely world-class…

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Unflinching Triumph: The Staredown Professionals

Posted on July 6, 2006 Under Art

After our fascination over Air Guitar Nation and in the spirit of competition, we couldn't help but stare in amazement at the film, Unflinching Triumph "“The Philip Rockhammer Story. Since it's founding in 1997 the NASP (National Association of Staredown…

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Java Picture Installment

Posted on July 5, 2006 Under Travel

I've had a few requests for more photos from the earthquake-torn region of Indonesia where my father and little brother are currently working. My little brother shot all of the following photos of children, destruction and rebuilding (see them after…

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Invisible Children

Posted on July 3, 2006 Under Life

I recently participated in a showing of the documentary Invisible Children, which left me in an indescribable and confused emotional state. Only one thing was clear - something has to be done. The movie was created in Spring 2003 by…

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Update From Java

Posted on July 1, 2006 Under Life

After a grueling 34 hours of travel, my father and younger brother finally arrived in Java just miles away from the epicenter of an earthquake which caused utterly-massive devastation. The needs there are far greater than anyone in their group…

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Meiji Shrine Tokyo

Posted on May 12, 2006 Under Travel

I made my way over to the Meiji Shrine today before a meeting to take a break from the heavy hustle and bustle of the Shibuya. What hit me instantly as remarkable was that the shrine felt entirely tranquil despite…

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Touchdown in Taipei

Posted on May 9, 2006 Under Travel

After the 14 hour long haul from LAX, I've arrived in Taiwan safe. I'm actually reasonably refreshed thanks to the lovely crew on Malaysia Airlines (more about their in-flight services soon). First impression of Taipei? I'm a total gringo here--even…

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Posted on May 7, 2006 Under Life

After blogging for more than two years with the the same system and site design I felt it was time for change. So, what's new? Comments: In the past, allowing comments was nearly impossible due to the overwhelming amount of…

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Goodbye Charles and Marie

Posted on January 3, 2006 Under Life

Dear Friends and Family, Six months ago, I was contacted by two men who had an interesting idea to create a website. They wanted access to my readers, my voice and experience as a successful blogger. They asked me to…

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Donation for the New Year

Posted on December 31, 2004 Under Life

If you are sitting here reading this, chances are you're more fortunate than hundreds of thousands of other people in Asia and Eastern Africa. I don't need to reiterate what happened; the numbers are growing and the realization of loss…

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