Monthly Archives: October 2010

Mixed Media

I’m a fan of art that doesn’t feel compelled to limit itself to one medium. Varied textures, tones, dimension can create impressions different from what’s possible when the artist confines herself to one kind of pallet. I’m going to the … Continue reading

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Behind or Ahead of the Curve – Leveraging Technology and Timing

I went to see “The Social Network” last night, hoping for grist for this mill. The seeds of this kind of online community and its potential were evident nearly 30 years ago in the accidental community enabled in France in … Continue reading

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I was invited to blog about the new ITAD Magic Quadrant

http://bit.ly/9Co563 I do think organizations have a lot to consider when considering ITAD. Here’s my take

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Looking forward to meeting Randy Paynter

Perhaps you have never heard of Randy Paynter. It’s actually a new name to me. Perhaps you have never heard of or received mail from Care2 – I admit, I can’t find anything in my inbox prior to this year. … Continue reading

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Social Media – The Chessboard

Last night I was privileged to be at a launch party for the new Boston-based branch of Presidio Graduate School – renown for its stellar education of sustainability leaders. A Presidio grad, who wishes to remain anonymous,  offered her perception … Continue reading

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The SHORT, Short List – A Quick Look at Gartner’s new Magic Quadrant for ITAD

As an analyst following emerging technologies, I sympathized greatly with innovators whose new products didn’t fit nicely into spaces defined by the BIG analyst firms and that had no place on a Gartner Magic Quadrant. A Magic Quadrant says establishment. … Continue reading

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Feeling the 6,697,254,041

My Google search tells me 6,697,254,041 was the population of the world in 2008. We aren’t shrinking. I find 6,697,254,041 a difficult number to wrap my head around in any kind of personal way. I know that populations are growing … Continue reading

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