This website was started long before the word “blog” was invented. Its task was to demonstrate that electronic tools could partially serve the global function that I had tried at Batterymarch with three aircraft… and it worked. A number of you, old and new friends, regularly visit and I have become addicted to talking with you through this medium.
In keeping with the communications of the day, I expect to tweet frequently which you can follow on ‘deanlebaron’. And, to a lesser extent, I’ll use Facebook and LinkedIn, where I am also ‘deanlebaron’. Join me in this exploration of ideas, forecasts, observations… and use of communication tools in the development of new networks.
PS: This five-volume chronicle was given to me by my wife, Donna Carpenter LeBaron, in celebration of my eighty-seventh birthday. Coffee-table-sized print books, they are best viewed on a large computer screen.
The LeBaron Bell in its hometown, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA. location of the arrival of the first Dr. Francis LeBaron in 1695.