Dan on July 24th, 2015

Call me crazy, but tell me if you have heard this story before.  A huge tech company under a visionary leadership has a market dominating product and rakes in tons of money.  The visionary leader then leaves the company, handing it off to a hand picked successor who’s job it is to continue the winning […]

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Dan on July 19th, 2015

The Donald Trump candidacy has had me stumped as to what he is up to. Many observers believe his candidacy is being powered by some third party (Democrat or Republican leaning), and I can subscribe to that theory.  But what’s in it for The Donald? The one thing of late that has stood out as odd to […]

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Dan on July 17th, 2015

I think I may have missed the point of this whole commercial drone revolution.  Up to this point I have seen drones as a photography platform – but for commercial use kind of a niche product (i.e. real estate virtual tours, crop photography, etc). However I am seeing some new applications that are starting to change my […]

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Dan on July 9th, 2015

The whole Greek Debt issue has not really been in the front and center of my economic universe, as it had been a pretty boring story of debt deadlines and extensions.  But to me, the resounding ‘No’ vote by the Greek people, saying they will not accept the ‘best’ deal the creditors have to offer. […]

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