Thursday, January 8, 2015
When my brother and I were in elementary school, there were several instances of men in white vans kidnapping children. Always a white van!
Naturally, for the next decade, anytime we saw a white van driving up our street, we would sprint and hide behind a large bush in our front yard until the coast was clear. Understandable at the age of 8; a little weird at 18.
Hey—bad reputations die hard,...
Thursday, August 7, 2014
I refuse to participate in Black Friday. (They already have Halloween candy out in stores, so I'm allowed to talk about November.)
For starters, I have no interest in being trampled to death outside of a Walmart. That plasma TV is swell and all, but I’d sooner keep my extremities intact.
I also have very little patience for shoppers with very little patience. Additionally, I will never...
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Let’s all do a slow clap just for getting up this morning. We know long conference days plus some evening shenanigans—I see nothing, I say nothing—can make for a challenging Saturday, but today’s events are not to be missed.
But first, a few notes about yesterday:
1. We have the first female President of the United States! NAA members chose Hillary Clinton over runner-up Jeb Bush for U.S....
Friday, June 20, 2014
The fifth corn dog was not necessary. (That’s a call back to yesterday’s blog, so catch up, people!)
Even so, I had an amazing time at last night’s Opening Party. After a full day o’ learning, including a truly inspiring and good-humored speech from Michael J. Fox, lessons in customer service from two of the industry’s fiercest “road warriors” and innovative products on the tradeshow floor, it...