Monthly Archives: May 2005

Swearengen!

Season finale of Deadwood just ended (had to wait for the Tuesday rerun). Give me that and two seasons of Arrested Development and I could gladly go without sunlight for several years while I committed them to memory. Lots of … Continue reading

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Launch! (well, sort of)

Check out the main site! – http://www.pickleofthemonth.com. We don’t have ordering up and running yet, but it’s a start.

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A very special POM shout out…

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOM! (Please be sure to wish Mike’s mom Laurie a happy birthday when you see her, or via well-wishing comments to this blog post, which her dutiful son will forward on)

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The Pickle Meter!

I am a huge dork, so I spend my spare time reading a ton of business books. Lately, I’ve been reading Seth Godin’s blog and books, and Guy Kawasaki’s book The Art of the Start. They both preach that a … Continue reading

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Wills and Won’ts

Mike and I often think about what we want Pickle of the Month to be. We often say, “we will never . . .” or “we have to . . .” when painting the picture of our future. Because I … Continue reading

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Illusions, Michael!

Well friends, progress was not made on the logo as hoped this weekend. Instead, progress was made on fancifying my garage, but that’s not going to help us sell any pickles, so I digress. As an aside, I kicked the … Continue reading

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The Green Cow

Just finished Seth Godin’s Purple Cow, and it reinforced my belief that we’ve got something worthwhile here. Sure, 97% of the people we tell about Pickle of the Month will regret they asked about it in the first place. But … Continue reading

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