Cuba Today – Part ll

December 12th, 2015

Cuban Propaganda – I don’t think so. The Average Cuban person has few worries but also few opportunities to change their station in life. Socialism is tough but Cubans get free housing, free healthcare, and free education. Their biggest expense is food which is subsidized. Cuba has apparently some great … Continue reading

Audio Books

March 14th, 2015

In my January 2015 post, I identify two Joseph Campbell audio books I listen to – all the time. Another audiobook I recently enjoyed listening to was The Power of Vulnerability: Teachings of Authenticity, Connection & Courage. Show up and let yourself be seen. “In our culture,” teaches Dr. Brené Brown, “we … Continue reading

Palm Springs CA

September 16th, 2013
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I had some time-share points I had to use or lose by the end of September. So, I decided to checkout Palm Springs CA as a possible future option for escaping at least part of Maine winters. Wouldn’t you know it – while I was there last week – they … Continue reading

Palm Springs to Phoenix

September 15th, 2013
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I hardly ever sit in a window seat on a plane. As I was watching the landscape as we descended it occurred to me to pull together a type of Glass montage. Here it is.          

Getting Glass

July 9th, 2013
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A month or so after I applied to be a Google Glass Explorer a friend of mine asked me if I had heard if I was going to be invited to be a Glass Explorer. I answered without hesitation – Oh No – that would be a life changing event … Continue reading

NYC’s High Line

July 3rd, 2013
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The High Line is a 1.45 mile public park created on an elevated freight rail line that provides a literal bird’s eye view of the streets and sights in Manhattan’s West Side. It was founded in 1999 by community residents.  “Friends of the High Line” the non-profit conservancy now works … Continue reading