When I read about a famous writer’s grandfather who owned a tailor shop in Brooklyn, I imagine a row of shops manned by first-generation immigrants who patiently await a new client or returning customer. The tailor’s shop is deep and … Continue reading
The world’s most famous prizes for intellectual achievement are named for the man who invented dynamite. How could that be? Legend has it that the man who invented dynamite, Alfred Nobel, read his own obituary. “The merchant of death is … Continue reading
Don’t ask questions with yes/no answers.
I was the writer on the first Esurance mobile app. It was a monster collaborative effort that turned out well. So well that Google featured it in something Googly
I know this, but don’t believe it.