Archive | April, 2009

KAC Networking Social Highlights Need for Innovation

Yesterday, I had the privilege of MC’ing a professional networking social event in Seattle. This event, organized by KAC (Korean American Coalition), highlighted entrepreneurship. I gave the following perspective on the importance of entrepreneurship: We live in a time of exponential changes. Advancement in technology continues to redefine our lives at a rapid pace. China […]

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Susan Boyle’s Got Talent and So Much More

Meet Susan Boyle. She’s taking the world by storm with her fairy tale story. Susan is a contestant on Britain’s Got Talent and quite possibly the best reality television story ever. Susan, you see, is blessed with a generous sense of humor, great moral character. Yet, she is a 47-years-old sinister who has never been kissed. […]

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Anil Batra, New Member on WAA Board

Meet Anil Batra, my favorite guru of Analytics. It so happens that he also works with me at Ascentium as Chief Analytics Officer. Last week, Anil was one of seven newly elected board members to Web Analytics Association (WAA). This is the leading association within the web analytics industry that supports its members by providing […]

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Moral Conscience Sides with Rape Victim Maria

Meet Maria. She was brutally attacked in full view of a New York City subway clerk. Then, she was forcibly dragged down the steps onto a deserted platform where she was raped and raped again, the assailant not stopping even when a subway trained pulled into the station. The horror occurred July 7, 2004, two […]

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Sensuality, not Sleaziness, in Adult Novelty

Meet Coco de Mer, a provider of exotic luxury. Coco de Mer operates stores in the UK and has a compelling website for those in the US. The brand sells designer sex toys and lingerie. Coco de Mer is but one of many companies trying to take adult novelty products to the mainstream — or […]

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Caffe Umbria Can Offer More Than A Cup Of Cappuccino

    It’s just 30 minutes of refuge during a work day. But it makes the whole day better. Around 4pm, three of us from the office walk across the street to a brick square framed by art galleries, and our favorite caffe, Umbria. We score a table on the patio, and the sun massages […]

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Charmed Suite 504

Meet Suite 504.  It’s in the FX building in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square. I work there. At first glance, the sparse space looks rather ordinary and humble, quintessential office loft. It is approximately 2,000 square feet with an open floor plan accented with wooden beams and brick walls.  We thought about removing the commercial ceiling tiles […]

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