I remember the day clearly. It was 2001 just after the internet bubble had burst but before 9-11. A potential new client walked in and asked to meet with me. I was available so she was brought into my office
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Back in 2007 Washington Post Staff Writer Gene Weingarten set up an interesting experiment. He arranged for an accomplished violinist to pay a rare $3.5 million violin in a busy Washington Metro station and recorded the results. Josh Bell typically gets paid $1000 per minute to play but in his 43 minute performance netted contributions of $32.17
While I have always written a quarterly letter, I hope you noticed that you did not receive one after the end of the year. There was so much going on that I wasn't able to get a timely, meaningful letter out. So in this letter I will summarize 2011 as well as look at what the first quarter of 2012 brought our way.