Author Archives: Skip Walter

What does a good one look like?

Whenever we sit down to discuss an existing project or a new concept, my colleague, Scott Parris, pretty quickly asks “what does a good one look like?” Sometimes the question is in relationship to a startup we are working with, … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Seeing the United States from 40,000 feet

On a recent trip from Seattle to Newark, NJ, I had a window seat on an Alaska Airlines flight.  Normally I opt for an aisle seat, but all were taken. I decided that this would be the day that I … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Alaska Airline Surprise

My definition of a good trip is that nothing surprising happens.  When it comes to airline trips, I want boring. On a recent return trip to New York City, I chose Alaska Airlines for the trip from Newark Airport to … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Alice Helps Grandma with Christmas

One of the joys of Christmas is having quality time with family. This year our granddaughter Alice was able to spend the day with us helping prepare for upcoming family time. Enjoy grandmother and granddaughter making cookies and decorating our … Continue reading

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Lifelet: The Fruit Song

Every once and a while a beautiful soul wanders into my life.  For the last several months I’ve been overjoyed getting to know John Andrew Morrison who has a day job at the TAI Group.  In his spare time, he … Continue reading

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Lifelet: Beast Quake I and II

The creativity of sports fans always amazes me. As Seahawk fans we came out of our chairs yelling wildly as Marshawn Lynch ran 79 yards against the Arizona Cardinals for a touchdown. This fan spliced both Beast Quake runs together:  

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Feeling Thankfully Reflective

As the year closes in on another turning of the calendar pages, 2014 is a fantastic year. We are blessed with a healthy family, great friends, wonderful colleagues and lots of great wine. Our two granddaughters continue to grow, develop … Continue reading

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