Monthly Archives: September 2008

Home for the Holy Days

I got back from BlogOrlando around 10AM yesterday and stayed home from work today to bake challah for Rosh Hashanah. Holy cow, the holy days are already here! A few things on my mind. 1. BlogOrlando is one of the … Continue reading

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Orlando

I’m in Orlando for BlogOrlando. Speaking in a couple hours, sitting on a floor watching Spike Jones from Brains on Fire right now. Not a lot to say right now, just realized that I hadn’t checked in. When I get … Continue reading

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Support the Binah School

About a month ago, I got to meet my friend Michael in person for the first time. While he was here, I gave him a couple power point tips for a fundraising presentation he was putting together. He’s the co-founder … Continue reading

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14.62 miles

Today I slept in and got a very late start on my walk. But by 6PM, I was fed and home. I’ve pretty much been in bed since I got home. The good news is that I got to see … Continue reading

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11.3 miles is not 14 miles

Today I was scheduled for a 14 mile walk. After getting totally off schedule last week between the rain and travel, I really wanted to get it right. I got it sort of right. I got out of the house … Continue reading

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Can you make a donation?

If you are new to the blog, you might not know that I am walking in the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk in Atlanta, GA. I’m walking with a team made up of Edelman employees from around North … Continue reading

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So much to do, so much to say

I owe a million blog posts, instead you’ll get a list. I’ve been doing insane amounts of web 2.0 and extroverted things these days, that I can’t keep up and I’m utterly exhausted. Saturday was a blogger meet-up that Edelman … Continue reading

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