WGBH Innovation Hub Gadget Review – November 2013Another gadget review from yours truly on Kara Miller’s Innovation Hub program on Boston Public…View Post

WGBH Innovation Hub Gadget Review – November 2013

Another gadget review from yours truly on Kara Miller’s Innovation Hub program on Boston Public…

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Boston Area Entrepreneurs: Have Lunch with Your Favorite CEO

My friend and entrepreneurial mentor Joe Caruso founded BREW(Boston Region Entrepreneurship Week) a few years ago and this year looks to be the biggest and best yet. As a quick aside, if you’re an entrepreneur in the greater Boston area you surely know…

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WGBH Innovation Hub Gadget Review – October 2013

My latest segment on Kara Miller’s Innovation Hub program on Boston Public Radio for another gadget review. This one was about household gadgets.  We discussed, and I reviewed, the Nest thermostat, the Fitbit Aria, and the Phillips Wake-up Light. It’s a…

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The Public’s Interest

Back when Bob and I started CitySquares, we did so based on some very important founding principals. We felt very strongly about serving the needs of local communities, local businesses, local artists, among others. Oftentimes we even contemplated the…

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WGBH Innovation Hub Gadget Review – August 2013

Kara Miller invited me back to join her on Innovation Hub, Boston Public Radio’s popular program, for another gadget review. This time we discussed the ThermaCell Mosquito Repellant, the ATN Night Scout night vision binoculars, and the Garmin Oregon 600 h…

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It’s the Little Things

Amazing how such a simple thing like a handwritten thank you note from a business can mean so much. I recently opened a new bank account for Sure Shot Labs, at Cambridge Savings Bank. CSB is one of a few banks that are recommended by Move Your Money…

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You Can Be Very Abrasive!

That’s what she said to me. It was around 2004 and she was a mentor to me. I held her in such high regard, I admired her and when she spoke I listened. We were having lunch on a beautiful spring day in Harvard Square, dining on a restaurant patio. She was…

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How Do You Engage Your Representatives?

No matter your political leanings, your position on, say, gun control, or the government’s use of drones abroad and domestically, or on the matter of e-commerce taxes, or the sequester, or the death penalty - you have opinions. And oftentimes, especially…

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Thanks to my brother Jeff who caught me practicing the clap at a recent Red Sox game. It’s a good clap. Not too high, not too low, a clap that’s respectful of the game. I don’t think it needs much more work. That’s what 37 years of practicing the clap will get you.

Thanks to my brother Jeff who caught me practicing the clap at a recent Red Sox game. It’s a good clap. Not too high, not too low, a clap that’s respectful of the game. I don’t think it needs much more work. That’s what 37 years of practicing the clap will get you.

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Trent Reznor, London, 2007. Promo photos by Rob Sheridan for Nine Inch Nails’ Year Zero.

This is probably my favorite shoot I’ve done of Trent. We wanted to do a surveillance-themed photo shoot that felt like it could be from the world of Year Zero. We spent an afternoon driving around a weathered neighborhood in London, stopping at interesting spots. No budget, no crew, no lights… turned out great.

There are more, I’ll post a second set tomorrow.