Monthly Archives: February 2014

San Diego Futures Foundation Presentation February 25, 2014

On Tuesday February 25, 2014, I spoke to a student class ages 18-21 at the San Diego Futures Foundation. Earlier in the month I was invited to speak and I accepted as an example of the Pay It Forward philosophy. I … Continue reading

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Udacity Course: How to Build a Startup

Previously I published my comments concerning two business related books. The first book, The Silent Intelligence – The Internet of Things, was read back in December. The second book, The Startup Owner’s Manual: The Step-By-Step Guide for Building a Great Company, … Continue reading

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Don’s iBeacon iPhone 5s App

This is a screenshot from my iPhone 5s running my new iBeacon iOS app I just completed writing. We’ll use this internally at Newbound, Inc., for now for work with iBeacon technology. Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

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Comments for San Diego Internet of Things Meetup February 7, 2014

I had a fun time being the Meeting Handler at last night’s San Diego Internet of Things Meetup held at CyberHive. My Advanced Communicator Silver Toastmaster leadership skills kept the meeting on-time and facilitated the interactive activities among the attendees. … Continue reading

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