Which Building Site in Indianapolis is Right for Amazon HQ2?

Indianapolis is getting a lot of attention related to the selection city of Amazon for their HQ2 location. The city is uniquely positioned with a great geographical location in terms of proximity to the rest of the country, a low cost of living relative to other cities in the US top 20 by population, and … Continue reading Which Building Site in Indianapolis is Right for Amazon HQ2?


The Woes of Retail

We have been seeing the ascent of Amazon for years and have had the death watch on retail as we see more retailers closing stores and filing bankruptcy. Is it really pre-ordained? I will run through a few anecdotes that really seem to be the root of retails woes and what could possible lead to … Continue reading The Woes of Retail

Ending Community College Real Estate

Community colleges serve a great purpose in our country by offering affordable options for students to being their higher education and equip them for jobs that don't necessarily require a four-year degree. Many community colleges have taken great strides to get closer to students by offering evening courses at local schools and have online course … Continue reading Ending Community College Real Estate

Hypermiling App

In the past, I was into hypermiling.  I have a 2002 Volkswagen Jetta TDI that I purchased back in 2012.  The previous owner treated it very roughly and it needed some good maintenance to get it back to proper performance.  I replaced the tires with a Goodyear low rolling resistence model, the windshield wipers with … Continue reading Hypermiling App

Offering Home LTE: Time for Telcos to Grow Up

WARNING: This is a bit of rant. I am frustrated with residential offerings for Internet service. This is an effort to explain how LTE should be a viable and equal cost option to existing DSL service that is out there. I need reliable Internet service, bottom line.  I have limited offerings available to me where … Continue reading Offering Home LTE: Time for Telcos to Grow Up