Playing piano and composing have played an important role in my life since I was fifteen years old. Now as I approach this quarter of my life (my wife won’t let me say “the last quarter of my life”), I feel the urgency to both have the experience of writing music and the need to leave something behind that others including my grandchildren might enjoy someday and have posted a link to a piece I am working on. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2012
If I was born in 1995 instead of 1945, would I be a billonaire?
Reading this article in Forbes about Nick D’Aloisio, the 16 year old created of Summly (a new search program for the iPhone and Android phones), I had to ask myself if I could be a teenage billionaire if I was born in 1995 instead of 40 years earlier in 1945. After all, I was only … Continue reading
I thought I was done writing about Jobs until I read Inside Apple
I thought I was done writing about Steve Jobs when I wrote this post but then I read Inside Apple by Adam Lashinsky (editor at large at Fortune Magazine). I finally understand why Apple was able to achieve so much. We all know of Jobs the visionary, Jobs the communicator and Jobs the bully. But … Continue reading
I don’t believe that Israel will attack Iran before the 2012 election. This is why
Dear readers, I have redone the blog post. It turns out that a draft copy was sent to all my subscribers which had even more grammar and spelling mistakes than normal. I apologize and ask you to read it again. Thanks. These are my views on a very complex situation. Iran is trying to provoke … Continue reading