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 a marcom manager with Condusiv Technologies.
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—her latest idea is to lure armies of zombies into a giant chemical vat with a boombox blasting "In Your Eyes."
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)