It’s great news that the vaccines are being rolled out to broader groups of the population. I did some research and booked appointments for me and Mrs. T. There is a learning curve to the process. Here’s what I did in case it is helpful to you. The advice applies to Massachusetts but I suspect
I am redesigning the Kepha web site and now am the Admin. I do the same for my blog, and it is a fun hobby. It also helps me in my day job as a VC. Digital media is a pretty broad landscape these days, and, when I work on a blog, I get to
Saw this on social media and thought I’d share. It is pretty cool. With all of the serious maneuvering going on in Congress, I thought it would be fitting to have a Friday moment of levity. Have a great weekend, everyone!
There is a very good article on motherhood in today’s New York Times, called “The Birth of a Mother.” When a child is born, the focus tends to be on the baby. But, parents change drastically. Before our son graduated high school, the school asked parents to meet as a group with a child-development expert.
I just received our most-recent electricity bill. It’s zero. Last September, we installed solar panels onto the back side of our roof. Mrs. T. felt strongly about it, I dragged my feet, but, in the end, went with it. She found a few vendors, we interviewed the one we liked most, and then had a
I’m really grateful to Jacqueline de la Rosa, who mentioned ArtLifting.com. It’s a website that features art from disabled and/or homeless artists. TechCrunch had a really good article on the site (here). I really like how the company is striving for “profit with a purpose.” I particularly like how making art, and then selling it,