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Daniel
Football. Or soccer. I remember my first World Cup in 1982. I collected the Panini stickers. I was staying with family in France, and I remember as Paolo Rossi had the tournament of his dreams. I remember in 1986 as Diego Maradona defeated England with true artistry and con artistry. In 1990, I discovered English...
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This post has a cool title and it’s a cool read. But first let me provide a little context. I joined Twitter back in 2008. I did it right before attending SXSW because I didn’t want to be a loser. I was and didn’t use it. As Twitter gained more momentum, I drifted back and...
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Do you remember you first flight? I surprisingly don’t. The first flight I remember (which I think was my 3rd) was on Virgin from London Gatwick to Newark. I don’t mind long flights, but my first experience with America, was the Newark airport. Oh well. My mom told me, that my first flight was from...
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I’m about to begin my last week of work. I started at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in December of 2004. It’s been an incredible journey filled with tremendous growth, learning, laughter, mistakes, travel, success and innovation. What a five years. On March 1, I begin the next challenge, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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I’m a huge Flickr junky. I love taking photos, adding them to my Flickr acct., and most of the time adding nonsensical descriptions. It’s one of the few creative outlets I have.  Here’s one of my favorite Flickr images, snapped with one of my old phones. This is outside the Rathskellar. He probably had one...
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This is the first of what I hope to be a series of blog posts where I introduce some people and blogs I have been lucky to discover during my travels, meetings, conferences and the exploration online.  I hope you enjoy. So, the first of this series focuses on the blog Stuck at the Airport...
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