Are You Underinvesting In A Lifetime Opportunity?
July 9, 2010 – 4:57 am | No Comment

It is a common sight in Chinatown (both San Francisco and New York City) and it has always disturbed me.  It is the sight of old, Chinese ladies hauling big bags of plastic bottles and …

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Attn Mom: Proof of the Dessert Section (well almost)
December 28, 2009 – 6:24 am | No Comment
Attn Mom: Proof of the Dessert Section (well almost)

“Why couldn’t she understand my agony?”  was the puzzlement of the five-year-old Cynthia trying to explain that I had eaten my veggies and pascetti (translation: spaghetti), and was full from dinner.  “But MAAaaaooom, my dessert …

You Can Be Special Without Becoming a Vampire
October 28, 2009 – 6:08 am | No Comment
You Can Be Special Without Becoming a Vampire

It’s easy to get addicted to fun stories. Just start with Harry Potter, then A Series of Misfortunate Events, then Buffy the Vampire Slayer, then Twilight, and soon you’re hooked on many otherworldly texts and …

Save The Tech Museum From Itself!
September 23, 2009 – 8:21 pm | 2 Comments
Save The Tech Museum From Itself!

Early in the winter of January 2009, I successfully sold my no-nonsense husband on spending a day at The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, CA.  We were both very excited; imagine it, a …