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Apple Watch: What Went Wrong and How to Fix It (Featured in HuffPost Tech)

Apple blew the design of the Apple Watch, but here’s how to fix it. (The edited version of this article featured in HuffPost Tech this Monday is available here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rf-hemphill/apple-watch-what-went-wro_b_6858572.html) RH // 27 February Apple is said to have ordered … Continue reading

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Investor’s Business Daily: Globetrotting Pros Do Business With Travel Savvy

Internationally relocating for a business assignment can be tough, but with the right attitude, can be the adventure of a lifetime! Check out these business relocation tips from yours truly in Investor’s Business Daily last week: BY SONJA CARBERRY, FOR INVESTOR’S … Continue reading

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The Huffington Post: 6 Mistakes to Avoid During an International Business Trip

Check out my article posted yesterday in The Huffington Post – 6 Mistakes to Avoid During an International Business Trip! You can also find my previous article posted last September, titled Seven Hidden Gems for International Travelers. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rf-hemphill/ Posted: 02/03/2015 7:34 pm … Continue reading

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Santa Barbara County News: Solar plant developer discusses the future of American energy

Neat article in the Local Santa Barbara County News on my talk this Monday regarding American energy and my book, Dust Tea, Dingoes and Dragons. Thanks for the great turnout! http://www.newspress.com/Top/Article/article.jsp?Section=LOCAL&ID=567209165920010259&Archive=false Solar plant developer discusses the future of American energy … Continue reading

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Encinitas Advocate: Leucadia man’s globe-trekking letters become down-to-earth book

Thanks to the Advocate for running this article on my book, Dust Tea, Dingoes and Dragons. http://www.encinitasadvocate.com/news/2015/jan/22/leucadia-glob-trekking-book-hemphill/ Leucadia man’s globe-trekking letters become book By Samantha Tatro 12:14 P.M. JAN. 22, 2015 Bob Hemphill’s book, ‘Dust Tea, Dingoes and Dragons,’ began … Continue reading

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Christmas Meditations, Part One–Christmas Music

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening?  Yes, I am listening, I am listening carefully, but I don’t hear any sleigh bells.  I hear fire engine sirens and police car sirens, although I don’t know which is which.  I hear big … Continue reading

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Seven Hidden Gems for International Travelers

Seven Hidden Gems for International Travelers The idea that there are “hidden gems” that no one knows about, but that you can visit easily as a general tourist, is a bit of a contradiction in terms.  But never mind that, … Continue reading

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Quick Meals for the Weeknight Supper: How to turn lovely ingredients into a big freaking smoky burned mess in 15 minutes or less

Day one: Listen to PBS interview of famous cook about his new book called “how to cook everything quick” and wonder if he meant quickly.  Recipe for chicken parmesan sounds interesting but am driving car so cannot write down.  Also … Continue reading

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“Cleanse” is the new “diet” but kale is no substitute for caffeine

We have some friends who we really like, and we thought they liked us.  We were having dim sum with them on a recent Sunday when they told us about this new miracle ‘cleanse’ that they had both just completed.  … Continue reading

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Secrets of the Ancient Hawaiians, and some Modern Ones, too

I lost my good judgment and went to Hawaii, to the island of Kauai for a week in July. My smarter companion remarked, “You know, we’re leaving a house we could rent for $2000 a week, at a beach well … Continue reading

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