Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sandy, and the end of the haiku notebook

And so Hurricane Sandy has come to pass. We here in Harlem seemed to – blessedly – withstand her much better than our lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, Long Island and New Jersey neighbors. How awful was it to see all the … Continue reading

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Home-bound working

Well, thanks to Sandy/Frankenstorm, the fella and I are both working from home today and tomorrow. It’s kind of nerve-wracking watching all the reports as the storm gets closer and seeing the city go into lockdown mode. We ran down … Continue reading

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“Business is really more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind, the aggregate nature of man more continuously, and more deeply. But it does not look as if it did.” Walter Bagehot Got back from my first business trip, … Continue reading

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Sin City bound

So I’ve been at the new gig for nearly two months already, and tomorrow, I head to Las Vegas for the firm’s annual Auto Finance Summit. It’s my first official business trip, and I’m looking forward to the experience, getting … Continue reading

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Meeting the challenge, or writing outside my comfort zone

“The challenge is what was making it exciting. You don’t want to do anything that’s too easy or that you know that you can pull off, otherwise it’s really not worth doing.”  Robert Rodriguez As excited as I was to leave … Continue reading

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