Monthly Archives: May 2006

Women and Blogging

Whenever the old brain needs a little jump start, something to crank up the wheels, get my beagle running off down an interesting trail, I read Andrea Learned.  She has a great post about how women blog and how it’s … Continue reading

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Male Communication Style

It was a fascinating example of male communication style.  We were in a restaurant and one guy was commenting on the fact that the specialty dish, a two pound lobster and 41 ounce steak, was specified as being a “dinner … Continue reading

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Pink Baseball Bats

I thought it was really interesting that no less than 3 people asked me what I thought of MLB players using pink bats on Mother’s Day.  I suspect because if my aversion to pink when used in association with marketing … Continue reading

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Seniors Online

   You really should meet my Aunt Judy. She is in her 8th decade on earth.  To look at her on paper, or even in person, you’d probably see a stereotypical older person.  She’s a widow, lives in the conservative … Continue reading

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Why Women Buy Jewelry

Leave it to Tom Peters to get the mental juices flowing.  I found a recent post he did about why women buy jewelry.   He’s got some interesting anecdotes and insight.    It got me thinking more about the Right Hand … Continue reading

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Soccer Moms with Tattoos

It was quite a sight – dozens of girls the oldest being maybe 16, the youngest 6 – all lined up chatting, laughing, anxiously awaiting their turn – to get a tattoo.  Now, granted, it was a theme park and … Continue reading

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