Category Archives: Clothing

November 23, 2011 – on technology.

Typing this on the day for Thanksgiving – a day on which I’m committed to turning off the iPad, the iPhone, and simply connecting with those I love. Maybe that’s another RID project worth considering? Happy day off, all…

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November 17, 2011 – a note about the World Cup, the Olympics, and global competition.

I’ve recently been working on an Olympics project for one of my clients. It made me think about a couple of World Cups, so I decided to give this t-shirt away today. It’s from Aruba – where I was when … Continue reading

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November 2, 2011 – on policy.

Today, as I RID this t-shirt about “one world,” I’m writing this entry only blocks from the “Occupy Wall St.” movement. I actually admire those who are active, who are taking a stand. Whether they be Tea Partiers or 99 … Continue reading

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October 15, 2011 – The TEDxOmaha RID.

So today at TEDxOmaha, I gave a speech about the RID blog, the lessons learned from it, and the inspiration I continue to derive from it. Seemed appropriate to give away a couple of items from TED and the TED … Continue reading

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October 5, 2011 – Bumbershoot T. (Oh, and Bumbershoot.)

So, I went to Bumbershoot this year…I think for the final time. While I love my yearly excursion to Seattle to discover and see new emerging bands, I think I’m now choosing to pick music festivals a bit closer to … Continue reading

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September 22, 2011 – Just you watch.

One of the most common questions I get about the RID project is “do you still COLLECT anything?” Yep, watches. I have nine. Nothing too expensive. Nothing that fancy. I just love a good watch. No matter how many times … Continue reading

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September 2, 2011 – The Red Shoes.

There’s a fine line between fashion and pain. And nothing proves that better than these shoes. I’ve always loved the way they looked…even if they never quite fit me right. So, after a long week in NYC when I walked, … Continue reading

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