July 29, 2013 Leave a comment
The First Declaration of Human Rights By Cyrus The Great Persian King On Exhibit In Awesome Washington, D.C.
March 16, 2013 Leave a comment
As a Persian/American entrepreneur who lived, found, and worked for various hot and successful DC tech startups like Yurie Systems (acquired by Lucent for $1.23 B), telezoo.com (the top 5 B2B in the world), and as the founder of awesomize.me, I’m proud to let you know the world’s first human rights declaration, is on display for the first time in the United States. Starting with our awesome DC through April 28 at the Smithsonian’s Sackler Gallery, then in Houston, New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Read more of this post
November 22, 2012 3 Comments
After 27 years of living and working in awesome Washington, DC area, this is my first thanksgiving in Tehran with my Iranian family and friends. I did my best to explain the thanksgiving story to everyone at the dinner table. At the end, one of my cousins raised a smart question and I really didn’t have a good answer. She said “Let me get this right….” The white people from Europe “discovered” America and decided to migrate and settle there. Right?
I said “Yes”
I said “Yes” Read more of this post
August 2, 2012 Leave a comment
Forbes thinks our Awesome DC is the second coolest city after Houston. Measurements: Houston has lower unemployment rate, stronger theater scene, world-class museums and a multicultural.
Either the people in Forbes including Morgan Brennan who wrote the article are on dope or I have always ended up staying in only blonde, blue eyes, vanilla ice part of Houston every time I was there. I have been in that city four times ever since I got off the boat from Iran to Awesome Washington DC in 1986. I stayed an average of five days each time. I don’t remember ever spotted anyone but blondes and blue eyes with classic American red neck accent there. So, not sure what multicultural thing Forbes is yapping about. Read more of this post