Come Together, Right Now

Aryoshi Restaurant on Lee
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Joanne who is Chinese and works at Aryoshi on Lee, called around lunch time to ask for help.  I’m certain Joanne is her Anglicized name, at least her nom du chef.  Her daughter’s laptop was under the omnipotent rule of an infection masquerading as an anti-virus tool. It had taken over the machine, and under no […]

Power networking for sustainability

Holly Harlan at Sustainable Heights networking event
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A 14-ton garbage truck averages 72 feet between each start and stop – and 80 percent of the heat generated in braking can be recaptured and redirected into the next acceleration. The city doesn’t want to be on the leading edge of such technology.

Diamonds in our Midst

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It is understandable if Heights residents occasionally take for granted some of our community’s most remarkable assets.  I was reminded of that yesterday when, on a beautifully sunny late morning, I found myself on the campus of John Carroll University with some time to kill. I had just finished taping a radio show in the […]

Groupon’s ad fiasco is a lesson learned – for the rest of us

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What really killed Groupon’s ad campaign is that it revealed something Groupon users would rather not admit: They’re just fine selling out a few million Tibetans if it means getting a free Double-Chocolate Volcano Cake dessert at their favorite Chinese restaurant.