A few Images from the Streets of Carmel by the Sea
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Fault Lines in the Old City
Jerusalem reads like a jigsaw puzzle frozen in mid-assembly, comprising pieces that don’t quite match up. Both because, and in spite of this, it’s a place of deep fascination. It’s a city divided by fault lines across dimensions of scale, culture, and religion. Some are marked by roads or walls, old and new, others by […]
This is Different
It’s the first time I’ve experienced this. I’ve racked up lifetime air miles equivalent to 20 round trips to the moon. I’ve spent time in several dozen countries, and even done a previous month-long vacation. But this is different. The experience of continuous surface travel, over a period long enough for time to slow, and […]
Postcard from the Suez Canal
In passage from The Red Sea to The Mediterranean Facts about the Suez Canal: There are no locks; it is at sea level for its entire extent It took 10 years to build, and opened for operation in 1869 Its current capacity 47 ships per day, who make the passage in one way convoys, north […]
Who Goes There?
I built this site (in 2004) around the idea that the conventional divisions between professional and personal life are artificial. They don't reflect how we live, work, and play today.
I don't shut down my professional responsibilities (with rare exceptions) on evenings, weekends, or holidays. Our competitive environment doesn't permit that, and I'd get bored.
Further, it occurs to me that if you are interested in doing business with me somehow, you should be interested in Rich Bravman, the person.
So, whether you're an entrepreneur looking for specific ideas on how to put your vision into practice, an investor looking for an experienced advisor or board member, a friend, colleague, or simply someone curious about what a fellow human thinks... Welcome!
Warning: eccentricities lie ahead in these pages. (Even at this late date in 2023, I like it that way.)