David Kline





David Kline



David Kline is a business consultant, journalist and author, the founder of Waterside Associates, a major Silicon Valley PR firm, and author of the Rembrandts in the Attic, a seminal work in the field of IP strategy.

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Blog!: How the Newest Media...

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Walk by Faith

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The Intangible Advantage: U...

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Bloganomics: How to Know Wh...

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Rembrandts in the Attic: Un...

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Burning the Ships: Intellec...

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“The perfect weather that had allowed us to get the oats and corn in ahead of time probably also contributed to the dearth of migrating warblers. With no storms to force the birds down, they overflew this area on their northward journey. At least I hope that is the reason. I fear, though, that the cutting down of the tropical rain forests (the winter home for many warblers) to create ranches that will provide cheap beef for fast-food restaurants in the United States may also be partly responsible for the dearth.”
David Kline, Great Possessions : An Amish Farmer's Journal

“At times like these I want to remove my hat to the beauty of the natural world and its Creator.”
David Kline

“To grow a sanctuary from seedlings takes time. But time has a way of going faster than you realize, and before you're aware of it you'll be rewarded hundredfold for your efforts.”
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