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Dear readers,


When I was business editor of the Post-Gazette and came up with the idea of starting Pittsburgh Quarterly, I thought that maybe I should learn a little before quitting my job and walking the plank of uncertainty. Like maybe taking a course in entrepreneurship. So I got in touch with Jack Roseman, who let me sit in on his MBAs for CEOs course. Jack has started a lot of companies and accumulated a great deal of wisdom. I’m happy to offer a profile on Jack this week: “Meet Jack Roseman, the Tech Whisperer.”

What’s it take to write 200 blog pieces that often defy the conventional wisdom and provide fresh insights you don’t find anywhere else? Greg Curtis explains his ritual in a piece celebrating his “200th Anniversary.”

Finally, for a taste of what it’s like dedicating your life to serving your customers by fixing any kind of shoe problem they might have, read Kate Benz’s excellent “Mario’s corner of the world in Sewickley.”

I hope you enjoy these Between the Issues offerings. Thanks for reading.
 
—Doug Heuck, Editor
Meet Jack Roseman
Meet Jack Roseman, the Tech Whisperer
The mentor has made an extraordinary impact on the region’s technology sector
Regional Wages Fall
Regional Wages Fall
Why did wages in southwestern Pennsylvania plummet by 5.8%? Read Jeff Fraser.
Happy 200th
Happy 200th Anniversary! Part II
Curtis blogs about blogging, and how he comes up with topic ideas
Walking
Walking
A poem by Philip Terman, whose work has been featured on The Writer’s Almanac and Poetry Daily
Mario's Corner
Mario’s Corner of the World in Sewickley
The latest installment of Everyday People by Kate Benz and John Altdorfer
Drue Heinz Winner
Drue Heinz Winner Brings Humanity to Adversity
A review of the short fiction collection by Melissa Yancey

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