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Norcal Wingman on April 30th, 2012

Sean Headden, CEO of myPower describes the myPower Energy System.

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Norcal Wingman on December 4th, 2011

Wow, I can’t recall the last time I felt motivation to get some new content up on this blog.  However, today while sitting around, enjoying winter brews and football, smelling the ribs I have cooking in the oven, I felt a tug at my creative heartstrings. I got an extra pumpkin this year when we […]

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Norcal Wingman on September 20th, 2010

Dateline: Nanjing, China In a “5 Star” Hotel, in the capital city of Jiangsu Province, the Sheraton Nanjing Kingsley Hotel & Towers, one might expect to be able to find a drinkable wine, however, you would be mistaken. I had the fortune of having my first visit to the country of China a few weeks […]

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Norcal Wingman on July 19th, 2010

Hey who thought that anyone would actually be interested in what I have to say?  Anyhow, Wayne Kelterer of  A Long Pour (Fifty-two weeks with California Wine), a very cool blog about California Wineries and winemakers, asked some fun questions.  Go over and check it out, you might just find some dirt on me! Wayne, […]

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In my continuing new endeavor of joining that elite group, the Wine Century Club, I have been buying up and begging for varietals that I’ve never had before.  After checking out Joe Herrig’s (Suburbanwino) post about fighting sea monsters with which he paired up an Assyrtiko, it got me thinking that I should do my […]

Continue reading about My Big Fat, Not Bad for a Greek Thursday Night Dinner – Summer School Edition #3

Wow.  What a week.  One full week off from school and back into the action, 3 days a week.  So basically I had  a short chance to catch my breath after this spring semester then dove right back in…  Someone told me they think I’m motivated, I would beg to differ, I think I may […]

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Norcal Wingman on June 7th, 2010

Hello everyone.  I wanted to give you an update since my next four weeks will be exceptionally hectic.  Thursday Night Dinner is going to have to take the proverbial “Back Burner” position as I slog through a summer inter-session course at school.  I’m hoping that this move will allow me to continue to provide all […]

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Norcal Wingman on May 20th, 2010

All, Just a quick note tonight and an apology of sorts.  I did not do dinner tonight, I took the day off to go play a round of golf!  I saw many of Livermore’s fabulous grapevines basking in the sun and enjoying a light breeze as I hacked my way around Poppy Ridge Golf Course. […]

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Norcal Wingman on May 12th, 2010

Do you believe that adherence to the “marketing concept” is the right way to approach international markets? Why, or why not? Here is what defines as the marketing concept “The marketing concept is the philosophy that firms should analyze the needs of their customers and then make decisions to satisfy those needs, better than […]

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Norcal Wingman on April 22nd, 2010

Another Marketing MBA paper discussing whether or not behaving ethically precludes prospering and/or profiting.

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