Larrivee

18 Feb 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

So here we are in February 2019. In a new story this morning, I learned that FL highways are now a test ground for the use of robo–trucks – autonomous tractor trailers. While this is not new – there have been robo-trucks used by TuSimple in Arizona during 2018 hauling commercial loads  with plans to […]

16 Feb 19
The Catfish Review

After the movie they walked to Huntley’s for ice cream. Not far, but on the other side of town, since it was nearer to her house. He’d paid for the tickets and ice cream for both of them though she had said several times she thought they should go Dutch. They ordered sundaes without looking […]

15 Feb 19
Alchemy

Odubel Herrera is hitting .283 this year and he has an on-base percentage of .345. Most trail bikes today have good engines, wrote Cycle Guide of the Ace 100 in its December ’68 Cheap Jerseys Online issue, so the main feature that sets one apart from the other is . Behind the arc they shoot […]

14 Feb 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is. An eWeek article titled”POTUS Signs Order Aimed at Boosting AI in Federal Agencies“, shares that a Presidential Executive Order (EO) has been signed calling for support of the U.S. government in the area of AI. This order refers to the American AI Initiative providing five steps for the government to […]

13 Feb 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

It’s that time of year again. Conferences, trade shows, and suppliers are on the road showing their products, touting their greatness, and trying to attract new or add-on business. I like this time of year because it gives us a glimpse into the directions and trends technology is headed.It should also be a time when […]

12 Feb 19
National Post

Ricardo Media is shutting down its English-language food magazine, citing high distribution costs and shift towards digital media. The company announced Tuesday the last issue of Ricardo, an English version of the long-running French glossy, will hit newsstands on March 18. Launched in 2014, the publication was seen as a bilingual expansion of Quebec chef […]

12 Feb 19
Financial Post

Ricardo Media is shutting down its English-language food magazine, citing high distribution costs and shift towards digital media. The company announced Tuesday the last issue of Ricardo, an English version of the long-running French glossy, will hit newsstands on March 18. Launched in 2014, the publication was seen as a bilingual expansion of Quebec chef […]

12 Feb 19
ESPN Richmond

We preview the Duke/Louisville game and pick Wayne’s brain about his Packers.

07 Feb 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

When it comes to technology and the application of technology to solve business problems, business leaders, Department Managers, and IT professionals are on a never-ending journey to learn about the latest technologies and best practices they can bring back to their organizations. The knowledge they seek comes from many sources including formalized training, seminars, and […]

06 Feb 19
inspired guitar

Global Wooden Guitar Sales Market 2019 Summary. The report on global Wooden Guitar Sales Market studies the market size (value and volume) by … Full Article Here http://inspiredguitar.blogspot.com/2019/02/global-wooden-guitar-market-status-and.html

05 Feb 19
Why is a Teacher like a Writing Desk?

Reflection 4thFebruary 2019 This afternoon, I have been reading Transforming Teaching Practice: Becoming the critically reflective teacher by Barbara Larrivee. It was an interesting read to say the least. Larrivee refers to the changes that the classroom has undergone recently, and the challenges that the twenty first century teacher must now face and reflect upon. […]

30 Jan 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

The enterprise, seen by many as a corporate entity contained in a local region or globally dispersed. Enter the era of the Universal Enterprise – expanding beyond the bounds of the Earth. NASA has created a Universal Enterprise, setting up a remote entity on a different planet, expanding their enterprise through the Mars Rover that […]

30 Jan 19
Bob Larrivee Consultancy

Suppliers today are faced with many challenges and decisions regarding their products and services. Consumers demands are pushing for more functionality tied directly to their line-of-business (LOB) applications rather than having to purchase from several vendors. As one person stated to me, “I want one place to go for the functionality I need and one […]

29 Jan 19
Montreal Gazette

New protein sources should replace something else, like meat, not just add to an already crowded diet.

29 Jan 19
DIY Road Diaries

Like a proper rockstar, I spent the first night of my Vest Coast Tour put up in a Holiday Inn. I was supposed to be in Vancouver yesterday at 9pm. I said good-bye to Larrivee, my new guitar, around 2 o’clock, insisting that the Air Canada attendant smother it in Fragile stickers and personally escort […]

24 Jan 19
dawnschumblog

“O Pato, the drake was dancin’ with his favourite hen, he was so happy to see her again, and to dance with her the samba, the samba, the samba ….” The song I chose to sum up 2018 is the Portuguese bossa nova “O Pato” (Silva/Teixeira), which means “The Duck”. I put up a youtube […]