The other day, Paul Taubman (The WordPress Help Guy) commented on my blog. (OK. Not the first time, but this comment is important.)
Being an entrepreneur, I always understand the imprint that founders have on their organizations. After all, most of us consider our business ventures akin to our children. But, it’s also true that an outstanding leader also ends up establishing a decisive imprint on the company s/he leads- even if s/he were not the founder.
We all want to know what is going on with our bodies. And, if we are dealing with our kids and other loved ones- we are often desperate to insure their health and safety. So, it’s not surprising that parents have decided to take some matters into their own hands.
I am a fan of Farhad Manjoo (NY Times columnist). He generally provides great advice about tech. But, every once in a while, he proves that, while he may write about tech, he is still not a techie…