A vision comes to life

George Verghese created the hybrid academic/business plan that ultimately now finds fruition in Kwantlen University’s new $36M Wilson School of Design.

Meeting with the Wilson team. Transforming desire into a startling vision. Attracting $millions of dollars of private and public investment money. Now realized with a new, fully-funded design centre. B.C.’s apparel industry has more than 400 businesses employing over 7,600 people; the fourth-largest manufacturing segment in BC.

And George’s vision? Now starting to produce massive real-world impact.

He is that rarity. The fundraiser’s fundraiser.

Business in Vancouver news article: https://lnkd.in/gQf8R_S


A message for futbol/football/soccer fans

There is a post for you at my citymoon.org blog: https://citymoon.org/blog/2017/12/17/pico-chapecoense-peak-joined-in-joy/

Let’s name a lunar mountain after Team Chapecoense 2016:


Chapecoense Team at their last game, 2016.

SpaceX : lunar caving gets one step closer

On Thurs Dec 15, 2017, SpaceX successfully launched CRS-13 – the world’s first re-used rocket components – consisting of both a flight-proven Falcon 9 and a flight-proven Dragon spacecraft.

One of my sports is caving, and today I got to looking at lunar cave craters (“skylights”) and rilles (long narrow depressions), in passing while prepping my next citymoon.org blog post:SpaceX brings space caving one small step closer.

The future is here, folks. Let’s keep going.