Monthly Archives: January 2006

“Hi Honey, I’m home”

Back home again… something to be said for coming home, whatever home may mean to you. For the moment, it means this apartment in San Francisco. I was in NYC for 5 nights and stayed with a cousin that I’m … Continue reading

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What customer service really means

Earlier today I went over to my regular ‘Leroy cleaning center’ as Dewey Lee, the owner has grandly named his establishment on Sacramento and Leroy, in a hurry to get my clothes done in time for my flight tomorrow morning. … Continue reading

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New York, New York

As an aside, before I start this post, when I was a kid and I first heard the song "New York, New York" I used to assume that it was just repeating the first two words over again, as they … Continue reading

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Fond auntie

I can’t help but grin when I get these in my inbox. My sister’s pride and joy.

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Mission to Manila

When I left corporate design I was a self-loathing designer. I felt like I was doing nothing but making pretty stuff for rich people at the expense of some poor worker. Many designers I talk with are eaten up with … Continue reading

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Multiplistic perspectives on the world

Profound Multicultural Misunderstanding and Understanding is the title of one of Evelyn Rodriguez’ most recent posts. She is on a very special journey; last year, she suffered the injuries and trauma of having been in a spot which was badly … Continue reading

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Maybe…

via Putting People First, I came across this article in the International Herald Tribune today and after reading it, it made me think. I’d written about the Millenials just yesterday, and I had expressed concern, now I wonder… Reading all … Continue reading

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