Visionaries

IoT Olympiad and Cleveland [R]IoT

BlueBridge Networks was honored to sponsor and participate in the IoT Olympiad March 13-14 at Case Western Reserve University along with One Community. OneCommunity and its CEO , Lev Gonick have taken the lead encouraging the region to “Dream Big”. The Internet of Things ( IoT) , the focus of the IoT Innovation Olympiad inspired […]

2015 Mantra – “Be Present – Be Kind”

My Mantra for 2015 will continue to be the same going forward as in the past few years… “Be Present – Be Kind.” Be present and kind in each moment to God, others and yourself. Be who you are and where you are at… In the category of for whatever it’s worth, here are a […]

There Are No Endings, Just Beginnings — Always Back to the Basics

“If you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there.” – Yogi Berra By Kevin J. Goodman As this year comes to a close, I thought I would write about year-end reflections along with lessons learned in 2014. As I began to reflect I was reminded that, as in most things, lessons learned […]

Bringing Joy and Meaning to Our Lives by Giving It Away

Recently I had the privilege and joy to stop at The Shower Program at The St. Malachi Center and deliver donations and toiletries. It was one of the best parts of my day! Monday through Friday mornings, clean public shower facilities are available for homeless men and women. Towels and toiletries are provided free of […]

The Garden of Gethsemani

The story of Christ in Agony in the Garden is a short but rich one. It has all sorts of meaning and relevancy to our day. No matter where one stands in their theology they potentially can resonate with many of the stories themes- Ever been asleep and not present when you were needed most? …Have you ever […]

Called to Connect and Serve

Recently on a visit to one of our security operation centers (SOCs) in Boston, I had an occasion to stop and reflect. I was overcome with feelings of connectedness, gratitude, sadness, and optimism at once. Recent census numbers from my home city, Cleveland, represented a sad and real truth: 54 percent of all Cleveland school […]