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Falling For It

By on January 11, 2016

I am writing this post as I watch my daughter during her very first iceskating class.  Fewer moments can be as painful for a Dad as watching a kid…


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MILLENNIALS ARE IMPATIENT ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE — AND THEY SHOULD BE

By on July 8, 2015

Aaron Sherinian, vice-president of communications and public relations for the UN Foundation, says millennials’ impatience about the problems of climate change is an impetus for change.

Millennials, he said, are…


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The Extra Hour

By on November 3, 2012

Every year when we put our clocks back one hour, I go through the same exercise.  I inevitably am looking at 25 hours worth of things I would like…


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That’s Billion with a “B”

By on March 28, 2012

Only a few days into my trip in India, I am questioning everything I thought I knew about the scale of the potential and the size of the challenges…


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Jumping Through Hoops

By on March 18, 2012

A dad, of course, thinks that the sun rises and sets in his daughter.  And he’s right.  My 6-year-old taught me an important lesson this week about what it…