Yesterday morning we talked with our kids a bit about giving thanks, Thanksgiving and some of the histories that make this troubling in the USA.

I believe in giving thanks and that aspect of Thanksgiving has made it one of the holidays that really resonates with me. However, it’s tough…


On a semi-regular basis, I share events in the Albuquerque area-ish with our participants at 1 Million Cups Albuquerque. Sometimes that’s just a few events and sometimes that’s a list, and that’s most Wednesdays for the past four years (!?).

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But… The world is more flat at this moment, so…


As a former New Yorker, I didn’t have, well, any impression of Kansas City when I was growing up. I think I remember the Chiefs being a good football team at one point, but the Mets never played the Royals… for lots of reasons.

That was many years ago, since…


I was such a big fan of the TV show Lost. Bowing on ABQ in 2004 it predated our current media scene (and Golden Age of Television) and somehow captured the imagination of a lot of Americans (what else at that time? Something about 9/11?). I watched it through the…


One silver lining amid our bleak predicament is that more folks than usual are taking time to appreciate what they love about their own ecosystems. …


While I’m not a complete stranger to location-independent and #remotework, joining the team at Forward Cities as one of its distributed employees has been a journey, especially as the organization continues to evolve and adopts new tools to make these paths smoother. …


March is blazing along already and crises are shaking up the events scene with the cancelation of SXSW, the Code for America Summit — and now WordCampABQ — and more. …


CVF Event 2019

I used to put together a little round-up of entrepreneurial ecosystem events in New Mexico, but between different jobs and other responsibilities, that sort of drifted away. Since I feel obligated to collect them anyway, here are a few New Mexico events I think you should be aware of:

Wanna…


In 2017, the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation took a discussion about “Ecosystem Building” to the next level with their “ESHIP” (short for Entrepreneurship, but more) Summit. In 2019 that effort has “leveled up,” as they say. I wanted to share some thoughts about the process and promise of ESHIP so far.


Greetings!

There was a lot going on… and all that continues through the rest of January. Here’s the latest in Tech, Innovation & Entrepreneurship events — and a few extra highlights:

Sonja Dewing is Awesome
My 1 Million Cups colleague is awesome and multi-talented. She’s helping set up a series of…

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working together to grow healthier entrepreneurial ecosystems in New Mexico and across the US.

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