Monthly Archives: January 2012

And then there were four….back inside the building

Evan joins us from the School of Information – welcome! We feel confident enough about validation of our basic customer and product theories, that we’re starting to work up wireframes for a ‘low fidelity’ v1 of some of the features … Continue reading

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Sofia

Sofia is another parent at my children’s school, and responded to my query with interest in our idea. We met atĀ BumbleĀ on Monday morning – the new family-friendly cafe in downtown Los Altos. She was generally very supportive of the idea, … Continue reading

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Up In the Air…

You can find a customer anywhere. I was on a flight to LA seated next to a woman in business class. I made comment about the blackberry case on her phone. She asked about my work. Eventually the conversation drifted … Continue reading

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Stories and Stuff

One of the issues that has brought up in almost every meeting is what happens to the stuff after someone dies. The process of cataloging an estate’s items and then distributing them appropriately is a major hassle. And frequently, the … Continue reading

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Better than I thought

This is my friend J. J was one of the first people I told about my interest in end of life planning when I first starting thinking about the concept 4 years ago. Back then the idea was more about … Continue reading

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BMC Week 1

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Cindy A.

I talked to Cindy earlier this week about the Legacy Network. Cindy is a 55 year old retiree who lives with her husband Bob in Redding, California. I first met Cindy and Bob last spring when the Rotarian Club at … Continue reading

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