Watching The Clock

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.

japan-quake-clock-stopjapan-quake-clock-stop-3-11-2011Despite 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.

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Author: Mark McClure - A freelance b2b case study and white paper writer to the computer networking industry. Based in Tokyo, Japan. About the 'Samurai Writer'.

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