Jonathan Eggers

Jonathan Eggers

Jonathan Eggers is a forward-thinking CIO/CTO consultant offering solutions that drive innovation and lasting success. With years of experience, I provide actionable guidance for digital transformations, process enhancements, solution design, and vendor selection. My focus? Enhancing customer satisfaction, driving revenue growth, and aligning technology with your strategic vision. Let's collaborate to make "Continuous Innovation, Lasting Success" your organization's reality.

Signs

Signs is a very appropriate title for this movie. You might ask “Why?” but then it would be obvious that you haven’t seen the film. The message that the movie intends to make, I do not regard the message as…

Gold Member

The third movie of the Powers trilogy is almost exactly what I expected. The funniest parts are shown in the commercials, the jokes from the first two movies are repeated almost verbatim, and it is relatively funny (see it with…

Road to Perdition

For those of you that don’t know, perdition is the loss of the soul, eternal damnation, and utter destruction. To travel the road to perdition is then of course to head towards hell. Even those that aren’t religious can understand…

Gallery: NYC

I lived in New York City and interned at the International Center of Photography from January to May 2002. While living and interning there I had many opportunities to photograph the city. The city has a tremendous variety of strengths,…

Men in Black II

Men In Black 2 was no less than what I expected, which may have been why I enjoyed the film. The jokes characters and special effects were the same, after all it was a sequel, but the movie’s plot did…

Minority Report

WARNING: This review contains MAJOR SPOILERS. Read at your own risk. Spielberg has changed, no doubt, but with the release of Minority Report we see a glimmer of hope that Spielberg has returned to making movies that tell stories over…

Gallery: Alice in Wonderland

The Alice in Wonderland Sculpture in New York City’s Central Park is one of the most popular destinations for children interested in climbing fine art. Crafted by Jose de Creeft, it has been a favorite landmark in Central Park since…

Spider-Man

Let me preface this review by saying that I only saw the movie once, opening night, which makes this bit almost 2 months late. But this does not limit my ability to remember those key points that I will chose…

Gallery: 3_11_2002

Six months after the September 11th terrorist attacks NYC honored those who perished at The World Trade Center with a light memorial called “Tribute in Light”. At the time I was living in New York City, completing an internship at…

We Were Soldiers

“We Were Soldiers” was entertaining, a bit thick with Hollywood sentimentality and at times slow.The main problem was the lack of character development, sure they threw in 3 odd jokes by a grumpy old man but that just wasn’t enough…

Gallery: Fall, 01

In the fall of 2001, I gained tremendous insight into my own abilities thanks to Bruno Chalifour. His teaching method was sometimes irreverent, often brutally honest, and always entertaining. Our first assignment this year was to “express change.” I decided…