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February 2021

EVs Still are only 2% of our Transportation Fleet

I have been editing an article written by the EV charging industry about the potential for electric vehicles during the upcoming decades. One comment caught my eye. Whereas gas vehicle owners tend to fill up only when they are under … Continue reading

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Is Multi-tasking All its Cracked Up to Be?

‘I know the Zoom call was shaky – it was probably because someone has a slow internet connection.  No problem, I was multi-tasking anyway.’ Wow  It there was ever an indictment of so called multi-tasking it was this. Why have … Continue reading

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Hospitals and ERs in Los Angeles

I took a ‘look out the window’ report on the Hospitals in the Los Angeles area. Two weeks ago the headlines were telling us that doomsday was just around the corner and Covid was going to overwhelm the healthcare system. … Continue reading

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Open Schools, Stop the Domino Affect

It seems that many areas around the country have ‘met’ the requirement to open schools but have not because ‘teachers and staff have not been vaccinated.’ This is so much gobbledygook. With the stroke of a pen, a governor, mayor, … Continue reading

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Bonnie Watts Resigns at IPMI

Bonnie Watts, longtime VP of Marketing and head of their Trade Shows has resigned her position at the IPMI. Bonnie had been with the organization for 32 years. Anyone who has exhibited at an IPMI event knows Bonnie and has … Continue reading

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Zero Sum Game

I have come to the conclusion that the world we live in has become a zero sum game. For someone to win, someone else has to lose an equal amount. Of course that is so much garbage. Bill Gates won, … Continue reading

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PIE 2021 Moves to Texas, July 18-21

We are excited to announce that we have shifted the dates of PIE 2021 to Jul 18-21 and the venue to the Gaylord Texan Resort adjacent to DFW airport in Dallas, Tx. We are very excited to be at such … Continue reading

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Get out there…It makes a difference

This week I took a quick trip to check out the new location for PIE 2021.  More about that later. Just getting out of the office, on an airplane, and staying overnight in a hotel was refreshing. I had been … Continue reading

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“I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”

“I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” is the first of Maya Angelou’s seven autobiographies depicting the author’s early life growing up in a deeply segregated south in the 1930’s and 40’s. The title comes from a poem by African-American … Continue reading

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