Tech can make life easier

Like most yuppies, I’m comfortable with technology but not a bear about privacy I can consume many minutes gliding across recipes. Most of my best made recipes are still handwritten on lined index cards from the 1980s onward. Even a few interpretations of “a little of this and you can tell how much by adding […]

A blog worth following: Sudip Das

Have a look at this video.  It was posted on a real savvy social media guru who has been in my sphere of influence for quite some time.  Flittering across my clicks and points from time to time.  Sudip has always had his finger on the pulse.  Setting the vibe of what people want to […]

A cheater’s paradise

This blog was originally written on my aCOMMENTary blog November 24, 2016.   A cheater’s paradise   Policing employees’ performance is one thing that most companies do well. However, being the corporate watchdog is quite a different conundrum. At what point do company code of ethics cross over into personal behavior at work. In some areas it is […]

A leap of faith

This video is catching on virally and resonating with people who lived during the 80s in Kevin Bacon’s message to Millennials on Kevin Bacon explains the 80s to Millennials.   I thought I’d add my commentary, as I’ve written before on how the 80s really was for those born in 1960-65 — the ones graduating […]

A culture of work ethic and optimism

Any smart employer or start up would be smart to consider an Inbetweener (1960-65) for hire.  Just take a look at what The New York Times said dispelling the myth that older workers are less productive and generally are weighing down the economy. I agree with their observation.  Why?  Simply because I’m an older worker and I […]

The 80s is our decade

Inbetweeners by their sure intelligence and karma and charisma are showing the Boomers and Millennials the survival and inspirational way. Out of the dark dangerous murky waters of what is before us: radicalism threat, privacy invasion, political prowess, global warming warnings.

Inspired writing

How I sometimes get inspired for a blog :: just the freedom of expression with a few caveats. I’m starting to really let-em rip and no-holds-back expression. It’s quite fun actually. I guess I’ll see who reads this by their like :: I’m not gonna go check up to see who reads my posts :: especially […]

Go from the 80/20 to the 90/10 RULE

Smart smart SMART people at Apple ::  who has gained so much insights into me :: the books I read :: 90% of my reading is from iBooks music collection in iTunes and even a few Christmas carols I sent as gifts instead of a hand written, store bought cards and/or things people really don’t […]

Psychographics explained

The scientific, human behavioural name given for the study of characteristics, leanings, likelihoods, patterns, identifications was explained to me when I launched my career in magazine advertising sales back in the 80s. Equipped with desire,  the right attitude, and positive outlook, the then Publisher, Gail C—-, hired me saying:  “I’m not so worried about your […]

There’s no place like a child of InBetweeners

I’m getting started on this blog which was begun to emphasize that there is a group of people that don’t fit into the mainstream’s interpretation of demographic group which I identified us as “The Inbetweeners” born 1960-65. Lo and behold the image shown was shared on Linked In to help employers identify the likelihood of […]