Robin is an 80s kid, raised on post-punk, new wave, and indie rock. She's been in product development and marketing in the software and data storage industries for 15 years, currently as senior marketing manager with Metalogix Software.
Robin is a hopeful fan of the hopeless Buffalo Bills, the result of a childhood spent on the 50 yard line, fifth row of every home game with her dad. Robin enjoys a hot, vinegary chicken wing paired with a '47 Château Cheval-Blanc, and often imagines how to survive the zombie apocalypse: latest idea being to blast "In Your Eyes" from a boombox, while luring armies of zombies into a giant chemical vat.
Originally from Buffalo, NY, Robin has lived in Pittsburgh, London, Ljubjlana Slovenia, Opatija Croatia, Boston, Los Angeles, and currently resides in the DC-area with her husband and two wild toddlers.
on Dec. 13, 2013 :
Information Technology has changed all of our lives. In 1991 I was faxing clients and using FEDEX to send my most important business documents, today I manage my business on a smart device that weighs a pound and a half and that gets 20 megs of bandwidth in my car. The Everything Age puts the tech revolution into thoughtful perspective in a clever and humorous manner, and gives us a sense of where we need to go and what we need to do next to bring additional value and performance to our business.
(review of free book)