At the Drive-In

On a warm June night in 1933, auto-parts salesman Richard Hollingshead charged Camden, New Jersey motorists 25 cents a person to watch Wives Beware from the comfort of their cars. A month before, he had patented a ramp system for cars to park at different heights so everyone could see the screen. The show was …

At the Drive-In Read More »

Measuring a Life 

Photo Remy Steinegger   “I had thought the destination was what was important, but it turned out it was the journey.” – Clayton Christensen, How Will You Measure Your Life? Last week the world lost one of the greatest business minds of all time, Clayton Christensen. In thinking about how to talk about his life …

Measuring a Life  Read More »