A Note from a Friend

I received this from John Clancy. Now retired, John worked in the technology side of the industry for decades. I don’t think this needs any

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A Parking Newbie

I was looking back at some blog posts from 20 years ago and found this one fit today as well as at the turn of

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Look out the Window

If there is any advice I can give it’s concerning the passing scene. “Look out the window.” Rather than listen to CNN or the New

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In Hoc Anno Domini

I repeat a post for 2022. It seems most appropriate with all the happenings around the world.   The phrase In Hoc Anno Domini refers

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Sensors For All

It’s 11:15 a.m. on a Tuesday morning. Todd Tucker is sitting at his desk, sipping his second coffee of the morning. He’s finishing up a phone call with his signature grin, messaging his 11:30 that he’s running five minutes late, and turning to give his attention to a sales rep

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Assumptions v. Data: Making Better Business Decisions

By Brian Wolff “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.” – Sherlock Holmes   It may seem strange to begin a business discussion by quoting a fictional character, but the point Arthur Conan is making for his character is pretty much universal and certainly applies to

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