Tuesday, December 4, 2012

To Russia, from LaBov

According to the stats, our LaBov Report blog is most read in the USA, which makes sense. But our number two location is Russia. And soon, it may replace the USA as number one. That's interesting. Is it because my name, LaBov, sounds Russian (my family is from that area of the globe)? I was once at an airport being picked up by a car service. The driver's nametag said "Ivan." He looked at my name and said (insert Russian accent here), "LaBov, good Russian name. Welcome, comrade." He then went on to explain how my family was no doubt Russian and why "that is good thing."

No matter, it's an interesting sign of the times we live in. We communicate and message to and with people from everywhere. There are almost no boundaries.

We can learn and be entertained by a book, a web site, a blog or the lady sitting next to you at a baseball game. As long as our "receiver" is on, we can accept any message transmitted to us, from anywhere.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond
www.labov.com


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