Sensitech, a company with which I've been happily associated for 20 years.
Sensitech monitors and tracks perishable products as they move around the world--everything from tomatoes and ice cream to vaccines and biologicals. It's the kind of business that does both good--by protecting the stuff that feeds us and keeps us healthy--and well by protecting customers' brands and profits.
In 2006 Sensitech was acquired by Carrier Corporation, part of United Technologies. Here's how it all looks on the web:
Much to my surprise, she stumbled upon--in the 16th-century archives of the company, no doubt--a sonnet composed by William Shakespeare celebrating Sensitech and the cold chain. She emailed it to me today and I wanted to share it with you fans of the Bard, especially those of you with a true appreciation for the beauty of the cold chain. Herewith, Shakespeare:
Thursday, June 18, 2015
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
That is the sum total of thinking I do about black shoes.
I found the other day that my old black loafers were looking shabby so I ordered a new pair online from Johnston & Murphy. The shoes arrived on schedule, looked great and fit fine. Good on you, Johnston & Murphy. Finding my mind-share for black shoes fully exhausted, I chanced to glance at the cover of the shoe box. Stuck underneath was a black billboard, or bumper sticker, or broadside; I think it was supposed to be sitting on top of the shoes when I opened the box. Anyway, I pried it out and this is what I read: