Monthly Archives: July 2006

From A to B

There is a little controversy surrounding the event, as with anything that wasn’t caught on video, (or having to do with the procurement and consumption of infinate amounts of oil for that matter) but the story goes that Gottlieb Daimler … Continue reading

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It has gone viral

Don’t believe the Philip Seymour Hoffman/luck thing? Not only is it real, it is spreading. Just from hearing the story – I din’t even meet him – I was blessed with the good fortune to have an absolutely killer day … Continue reading

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4 Leaf Clovers and Philip Seymour Hoffman

A friend bumped into Phillip Seymour Hoffman (PSH)yesterday and he asked for directions to a hip coffee house in the East Village. Later that day she met a jewelry maker at a bar that complimented her ensemble and offered her … Continue reading

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Angie vs. Craig

Some people may have heard of Craigslist.org. It is one of the most popular websites in the world with millions of users logging on everyday. In New york City, it is literally a more integral part of daily life than … Continue reading

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Some Quotes on Personalization

Here is a rough draft of some of the quotes I am giving to InStyle magazine for a peice they are doing on personalization. I happen to sell a name product and I’m not sure, but somehow they found us. … Continue reading

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You know your a Yankee when

Your bathroom ceiling is only 5 and a half feet tall but your toilet paper holder is 7 feet away from the toilet.

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The New Max Barry Book

Here is a link to a Business Week article – How failure breeds success. Not a bad article, but I think its a little dated even if dinasors like Coke are just admitting that they have made mistakes in the … Continue reading

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