Last month I traveled back to Northern Virginia (“NoVA”) for the 25-year reunion of my Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology (TJHSST) class of 1997. It was an incredible trip down memory lane and a wonderful chance to reconnect with lifelong friends for the first time since the beginning of the COVID pandemic.Continue reading “TJHSST 25-Year Reunion”
I am honored to have been named a Rice University Outstanding Engineering Alum!
Today I celebrated the 60th anniversary of JFK’s iconic Moon Speech at Rice Stadium.
I once had the serendipitous fortune to play Oberon in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for HRH Queen Elizabeth II.
My take on the biggest innovation challenges in climate tech – and where I intend to focus my efforts.
I’m moving on from Third Derivative to pursue my next great climatetech venture!
I could get used to the Olympic Games on an every six months cadence! Another Olympics has come and gone so it is once again time to take a look at who “won” the Games by several different metrics. Per my previous posts, I continue to use a weighted scoring system to tally up Olympic medalsContinue reading “2022 Winter Olympics Wrap-Up”
Another Super Bowl has come and gone. The end of the season always leaves me reflecting on the greatest games, teams, and players of all time. Tom Brady’s recent retirement has many people talking about his legacy as the “Greatest Of All Time,” or GOAT for short. First off, can we agree that GOAT isContinue reading “Joe Montana Is The Greatest Quarterback Ever”
Last week we finished watching the marathon Beatles documentary series, Get Back. It’s really slow and probably not for anyone who isn’t a die hard Beatles Fan. As I am such a fan, though, I really enjoyed it! It pulls back the curtain for an intimate view of how one of the most accomplished bandsContinue reading “Get Back Review”
The last two weekends we have escaped to Colorado mountain towns and they have lived up to the hype! Two weekends ago we visited some dear friends in Beaver Creek. We found Beaver Creek to be a small, secluded town with a real feeling of getting away. The architecture was very Swiss-inspired, which took usContinue reading “Getaways in the Mountains”