I’ve been wondering where all the action is in Portsmouth. Back during the Bubble, there were dozens and dozens of interactive shops cropping up. The area was even given a new monnicker: The eCoast. Unfortunately, I’m not aware of where the eCoast is headquartered, or even if it’s more than just a handful of dreams [...]
Last May my sister Emily had a tremendous idea for Memorial Day: relive the hot dogs of our youth. Actually, that’s not quite correct…we wanted to relive the hot dog that our Dad remembers from his pastorin’ days back in the ’60s: the Rochester White Hot. Dad used to live in Upstate NY as an [...]
I like surfing the Internet for good design, but I like it even better when I find it close to home. Case in point: A friend of mine, Stacey Kamen, has just finished her new website for 2006. Like me, she’s an independent designer fighting it out in the trenches. Unlike me, she has no [...]
Today we had a special meeting of our New Media Group at David Kelleher’s office. He has space at TechSpace Boston, a kind of high-tech office incubator oriented toward startups and small business: Located in the South End, this handsome brick and beam facility consists of 20,000 square feet of office space, onsite parking, café, [...]
I went bowling twice this weekend, once at Lane and Games in Cambridge, and then again at Merrimack Ten Pin here in New Hampshire. And yes, it was the full-sized experience, not that candlepin or duckpin stuff. Here are my notes on the quality of the facilities.
At long last, Jeff and I visited Mr. Bartley’s Burger Cottage in Harvard Square. It’s right on Mass Ave, near the Hong Kong restaurant. The rumor was that this was where you could get some of the best burgers in Boston, and possibly the best onion rings. Thus began The Burgering, Part II…
Tomorrow I’m going to Mr. Bartley’s Burger Cottage in Harvard Square to sample their famous burgers. I had a burger at Martha’s Exchange here in Nashua to serve as “the control”. Unfortunately I had to get it to go, since they had stopped seating for the night. It was still nice of them to put [...]