Posted on January 30, 2019
“If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased.”-Katharine Hepburn
Category: Blog, Book ReviewsTags: 1930s, 1950s, 1960s, autobiography, biographical, biography, Connecticut, Film Studios, Golden Age of Hollywood, history, History of Hollywood, hollywood, Katharine Hepburn, memoir, Non-Fiction, nonfiction, Nonfiction Review, Personal, Progressive Politics, Spencer Tracy, Women's Rights
Posted on January 28, 2019
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What is art?
Category: Blog, Book ReviewsTags: Ancient History, art, art appreciation, art history, Art Knowledge, Avant-Garde, Camille Paglia, Criticism, Cultural Awareness, Culture, Digital Art, Digital Awareness, Essay, expression, Historical art, historical non-fiction, Non-Fiction, Non-fiction book review, nonfiction, Nonfiction Review, pop culture, religion, Religious Art, Star Wars, technology
Posted on November 10, 2018
“Uh, Houston, we’ve had a problem”
Category: Blog, Movie ReviewsTags: American History, biographical, Biographical Film, biography, cinema, cinema review, engineering, film, Film Review, history, Innovation, JFK, John F. Kennedy, moon, Moon Landing, Movie, Movie Reviews, movies, NASA, Navigation, Neil Armstrong, Non-Fiction, nonfiction, Real Life, relationships, Rocket Science, science, space, Space exploration, Space Program, space travel, Sputnik, Sputnik-1, technology, The Cold War, The Moon, USSR
Posted on October 31, 2018
Crisis in three acts.
Category: Blog, Book ReviewsTags: America, autobiography, biography, book, book review, books, Culture, family, Family Saga, Non-fiction book review, nonfiction, Nonfiction Review, religion, technology, The American Dream, The Marine Corps, The Rust Belt, Tough Love, Yale Law School
Posted on October 30, 2018
Disrupt or Die.
Category: Blog, Book ReviewsTags: Ageism, book, book review, books, Boston, Corporate culture, Digital Marketing, Disrupt, history, HubSpot, Inbound Marketing, Innovation, Journalism, literature, Marketing, Non-fiction book review, nonfiction, Outbound Marketing, satire, Silicon Valley, startup, Startup culture, technology, Venture Capital
Posted on October 23, 2018
This founder is out for blood.
Category: Blog, Book ReviewsTags: book, book review, crime, Fraud, healthcare, Investment, Journalism, literature, literature review, Medical Technology, nonfiction, Nonfiction Review, Silicon Valley, technology, true crime, Venture Capital
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