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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
17-10-2005
12:33 Atlantic
Yes, at the Bridge St Cafe - http://www.heartofsackville.ca/
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Hess, Peter
17-10-2005
12:25 Atlantic
That works for me. Bridge Street Caf&#E9;?

Peter

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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
17-10-2005
12:20 Atlantic
Let's strike while the iron's hot - how about Friday (21st) morning? How about 8:00 AM? I'm OK with an earlier or later time.
Here's a vision of what we could build: http://queenstreetcommons.org/
Check out this link and we can discuss the possibilities on Friday.
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Sandy Burnett
17-10-2005
09:58 Atlantic
Almost always up for a cup... except this week, when I've got other commitments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. How about Friday?
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C Mackay
17-10-2005
09:29 Atlantic
You know, I never managed to get out to one of these. Why not try it again?
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Hess, Peter
17-10-2005
09:19 Atlantic
Harold: mornings work best for me as well. Any day other than Thursday will do.

Thanks,

Peter

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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
17-10-2005
08:35 Atlantic
Peter & anyone else who may read this: We haven't had a morning coffee since March 2004, so maybe it's time to try again.

Let's see who is interested and available and find a suitable date. Mornings worked best originally. Pass on this website to anyone else in the area and we can re-start the conversation.

All of my contact information is available at http://www.jarche.com/contact
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Peter Hess
16-10-2005
21:45 Atlantic
Harold: thank you for introducing me to SOHO. It is exciting to see a group of small business people gathering together like this. As a member of the Board of the Sackville Chamber of Commerce I am on a subcommittee focussed on downtown revitalization and the topic of bringing new business to Sackville continuously comes up. I have come to the realization that it is not the larger manufacturers nor even the smaller retail operations that necessarily would do well here but more like this group- smaller, home service based professionals who are living in Sackville not because there is a huge clientele base here but because of the lifestyle. It is interesting to see how many independent marketing professionals there are in town as an example. The question then is: how do we attract more of these SOHO's to come and live here?
I recently moved back to Sackville after being away for over 10 years. We came back to raise our children here and to be closer to our family. In coming back, I had to make a decision on what to do for a living. In researching various business opportunities and job postings I decided on becoming a personal financial planner partly because it allowed me to live in Sackville even though my clientele may not necessarily be here. Because I am an independent agent, my hours are flexible allowing quality time with my family on our schedule and not some corporate guidelines. I don't have to worry about inventory or employees as it is just me - and my clients! The Sackville SOHO Society sounds like an interesting society to belong to. I am interested to find out when your next morning coffee is going to be.

Peter
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David Francis
15-03-2004
12:45 Atlantic
Interesting - possibly the largest Venn diagram of any sort that I've witnessed.

This "Lawrence-welk floating bubbles" style of presenting information would be appropriate for representing our disparate and overlapping skills. Maybe with some Lawrence Welk-style music seeping from our soapy computers.

By the way, the Boston Edward Tufte lecture was OK - overall, I'd advise simply buying the three main texts (Visual Display of Quantitative Information, Envisioning Information, Visual Explanations) and the "Cognitive Style of Powerpoint" monograph ($7 USD - a bargain)

David Francis
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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
12-03-2004
09:31 Atlantic
Could this be a possible depiction of the areas of interest of the Society?

http://www.nathan.com/thoughts/newmethods/5e.html
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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
16-02-2004
14:17 Atlantic
Just found this great website concerned with similar issues. It's called Sohodojo, Home of the nanocorp and small business revolutionaries, which is an Applied R&D Lab Serving Solo and Family-based Entrepreneurs in Rural and Distressed Urban Communities. http://sohodojo.com/
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Harold Jarche
02-02-2004
08:24 Atlantic
I'm OK for the 11th, so let's make it official. Same time, same place.
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David Francis
01-02-2004
19:56 Atlantic
I can do Wed the 11th - any takers?

David Francis
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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
01-02-2004
12:10 Atlantic
I'm posting this here, instead of sending an e-mail, which means that only the two subscribers to this board (of which I'm one) will get the message. Anyway, I won't be in town for the first Wednesday of the month, so call or e-mail, or post to this board, for an alternate date.
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Harold JarchePerson was signed in when posted
05-01-2004
21:39 Atlantic
The Society meets on Wednesday, January 7th, for the first time in 2004. Coffee starts to drip at the Bridge Street Cafe at 7:30 AM.
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