Jeff Nolan's take on innovation, entrepreneurship, tech and stuff that interests me
This story out of Leipzig just proves the point that in an age when anyone can get a clown on any urban street corner, it’s long overdue that we start implementing background checks and other restrictions.
I used to work with a lot of Europeans and can tell you firsthand that Vincent Vega had it right in Pulp Fiction in explaining the differences in Europe… “It’s the little differences. I mean they got the same shit over there that they got here, but it’s just – it’s just there it’s a [...]
Hmmm, I seem to recall writing something to this effect recently. Actually, the real story here is how customers and employees who feel a strong bond to a brand are holding those companies accountable to the cultural values they espouse and thy name is blog. I admire Schultz for looking beyond the bottom line to [...]
There are two paragraphs in this article in the Chron that nicely sum up why San Francisco is architecturally stale as a result of conservatism among city planners and historical types who seem to suggest that the only acceptable structure in San Francisco is a 1907 Victorian. The newly constructed Federal Building on Seventh and [...]