As winter lingers and we wait for the first signs of spring to start coming around, I like to look out for readers and do something to help move us all from winter to spring. If I know you as well as I think I do, you love to spend your time reading, right? And […]
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Although he’d be embarassed to hear me say so, the truth is this: James Patterson is a superhero. His accomplishments are astonishing and inspiring. Check out his biography, which lists too few of his achievements and includes this typically modest understatement, “Patterson is a life-long champion of books and reading.” His ReadKiddoRead program, Pageturner Awards, […]
Last night, I watched 60 Minutes, for the first time in more than a decade. Why? Because the episode featured Steve Jobs’ self-selected biographer, Walter Isaacson. As I said back in August, I was late to the Apple party, but I became a total convert long before I knew Mr. Jobs was ill with cancer, or […]
I blogged about Trailblazer Steve Jobs earlier this summer when he announced his resignation as CEO. At the time, a friend lamented, “He would never have quit if he wasn’t seriously ill. He won’t live much longer.” While I secretly feared this was true, I also hoped my friend was wrong. I hoped Mr. Jobs was recovering […]
Steve Jobs announced his resignation as Apple’s CEO yesterday. He asked to remain as Chairman and the board quickly agreed. I, for one, am thrilled that one of the most successful trailblazers of our time will stay on. Aren’t you? Full disclosure: although I was late to the game, I’m now a total Apple geek […]
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