Just a quick update to let you know that I’m very much alive and well in Tokyo. Of course, things are far from normal but life and business is continuing.
Despite major problems with communications networks in the aftermath of last Friday’s earthquake at around 2:46pm, Internet access worked without a glitch (in the Tokyo area where I was) and I was able to use SkypeOut, Facebook and Twitter to keep friends, family and clients informed.
A more frequent posting schedule will resume just as soon as I’ve taken care of some personal matters. In the meantime, here’s what’s going on behind the scenes:
– Reading a promo copy of Peter Guber’s new book, “Tell to Win”. A review will appear on this blog in due course.
– Working on a number of case studies for a data center switch startup.
– Writing a first draft of the non-profit case study mentioned in a post about “Beers for Books“.
– Mark ‘case Study writer’ McClure
PS – The clock shown fell from the 9F wall of a building I was in that fateful Friday.