Posts Tagged ‘ Philadelphia ’

It Seems So Simple

Nov 30th, 2016

“Explain this to me like I’m a 2-year old, because there’s an element to this thing that I can’t get through my thick head.” Those somewhat paraphrased words were from Denzel Washington’s character Joe Miller in 1993’s movie, Philadelphia. For me, someone with a non-technical background working in an increasingly high-tech industry, they’re also words […]

Philly Style

May 20th, 2016

The American Institute of Architects (AIA) National Convention is underway in Philadelphia. As usual, it’s a non-stop event for us, with so many companies to see. Most of my morning on Thursday, opening day, was spent working on video that would be part of our first newscast of the show. But in the afternoon I had […]

It’s All About the Benjamin’s Glazing

Oct 16th, 2013

“Glass, china and reputation are easily cracked, and never well mended.” While the latter two may be true, Benjamin Franklin may consider taking back the first part of that statement if he could see the glazing used in the newly renovated Benjamin Franklin Museum in Philadelphia. The museum was reopened recently to the public following […]

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