Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Trouble with Tully’s

Running at “half-caff” in a caffeinated world. In the first of a series of “From the Outside Looking In” articles I will give my take on how I would address challenges that different companies face. For those of you not from Seattle or familiar with Tully’s, it is a regional coffee chain based in Seattle. It probably has the distinction ...

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Hot Spots of the Valley

Curious where some of the big deals have gotten done in Silicon Valley? For a bit of Friday fun, check out this video: Of course you won’t get a deal by just hanging out in these places, but if you slip your one-pager into the menus, who knows. 😉

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Second Unnovation Award Winner – HP and Costco

I’m in the middle of trying to buy an HP Pavillion dv6700t Special Edition. I tried to buy it from Costco because you can configure it at costco.com for about 10% less than buying through HP directly. Days passed, the promised ship date passed and an e-mail arrived saying that the wireless mouse I had “ordered” was out of stock. ...

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