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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Last week I discussed the rebirth of vinyl and with it, new opportunities for album art created by artists like Flournoy Holmes, famous for the Eat a Peach cover and the cover art of many other Southern Rock bands. But …
Last night I went to a gathering of guys grilling meat. Two other Saporta Report Thought Leaders were there, so you know it must have been lively. The guest of honor was Flournoy Holmes. Remember the “Eat a Peach” album …
I am in Charlottesville at for my son’s college orientation at the University of Virginia. To some extent, recent events surrounding the forced resignation and reinstatement of the University’s President relate to MOOCs (massive open online courses). Yesterday, the University …
Last night TechCrunch hosted the “Southeast Mini Meetup” http://techcrunch.com/events/southeast-mini-meetup-atlanta/ at Sweet-water Brewing Company. According to its website, “TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.” And what an …
My beloved Aunt Betty died yesterday at the age of 74. Unfortunately she died before we had a chance to explore the possibility of patenting her invention. It all started one evening when I was telling Aunt Betty a bit …