October (and fall) snuck up on us real fast. And what that means is slightly chilly days lie ahead of us and it is also time for me to write a follow up on my what shoes to wear this summer post from earlier this year.
The nip in the air means that you can no-longer wear your flip flops or your slip-ons. The sneakers are nice, but it is time to rethink your shoe options. Here are my criterion for making decisions about autumn shoes:
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I am heading to Amsterdam this week for our Structure Europe conference and super excited to host our first European event. And following Amsterdam, I am taking a brief trip to Dublin, which has been on my bucket list of places to visit. Of course, every time I travel overseas, the biggest part of my travel … Continue reading Amsterdam, Dublin & Wireless Data
Did you know that 75 percent of human population will live in cities in another 40 years? Or that Bombay will be the largest city in the world and more people will live in Bombay’s slums than the total number who live in New York and London combined? Or that Bogota prefers to give preference … Continue reading Worth Watching: Gary Hustwit’s Urbazined
One of the hottest trends in men’s fashion this fall is a twist on something very classic: a down filled (quilted) vest/gilet. Gilet is essentially a sleeveless jacket or a vest. You can wear it as an outer layer during the cooler months of Fall/Autumn. In fact, you can continue wearing them into the early part of winter, by layering them over a nice warm sweater and that is why I suggest you should buy one which is loser in fit and also has enough down to keep you warm.
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Some of my posts from this past week: For Silicon Valley, a reason to remember Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs once said to follow your heart, do what you love and let the dots connect themselves. Today, on the first anniversary of his death, we can all try to do just that, especially here in Silicon … Continue reading Some of my recent writings