An Evening at the Waldorf

In December, 1978, Gourmet magazine published the heart-warming tale of Bud and Jean Ince. It’s a beautiful story but, sadly, online versions of the article are becoming difficult to find. There’s a Gourmet magazine archive that occasionally doesn’t work, and I fear this story may soon be lost forever (barring …more

What is Love?

Our Annual Sales Kick-off (ASKO) for Sprinklr is next week, and I couldn’t be more excited. Last year I got to roll out new branding, a new product line-up, new positioning, and new selling assets. Over the last year we’ve done a rev on our “Gold Deck” and updated the …more

Wait for it

“Good things come to those who wait,” said nobody while sitting on hold for 45 minutes randomly shouting “representative” at their phone in a futile effort to speak to a real human. Let’s face it, we don’t like to wait for anything. We’re busy, multi-tasking, impatient creatures who want it, …more

The late, great Marx Toys, Part II

Marx Toys was arguably the greatest toy company of mid-century America. It created the coolest toys ever — our house was full of Marx Toys. They are remembered for inventing Rock’em Sock’em Robots (introduced in 1964) and its best-selling sporty Big Wheel tricycle, one of the most popular toys of the 1970s. In fact, …more

The Sprinklr Story

A little over a year ago I said “bye-bye” to both Microsoft and Seattle (previously) and started a new adventure at Sprinklr. If I were to summarize the last 16 months it would be: INTENSE. It’s exactly the kind of adventure I was looking for — with some amazing highs …more