Kristie Leonard

Kristie Leonard

Kristie Leonard is an American author who writes fiction about technology and the people who make it work.

The Connected Agenda - Episode 5 – Relationships

Kay was looking into Chip Mantooth's employer Plushenko Devices, Inc. because his recent influx of wealth raised red flags. Chip had always been cautious and never flashy as he was now with a fancy car and nice rental home. His home was filled with smart features that Kay and her peers could never afford. Chip never had a huge group of friends and it was troubling to see him dangle his wealth to gain popularity. Jade lusted after him before he had the trappings of prosperity and liked Chip whether he had a great job or not. Kay was raised to help people who needed it. Chip didn't ask for help, but Kay was determined to find out if Plushenko Devices, Inc. and Jan Zabar were taking advantage of her friend's good nature.

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Episode 4 - The Connected Agenda - At Chips House

Episode 4 - The Connected Agenda - At Chips House

Chip's rental house in the Heights was impressive and he was proud to bring his friends for a tour after a night of drinking. He and Jade may have thought Will and Kay were slowing their roll by tagging along, but the night was young for the lovers who had been heating things up for the past couple months. Bryce slipped home because seeing a house in a nicer neighborhood than hers wasn't on her to-do list. Kay was determined to find a clue about Chip's sudden wealth. Some of their under-thirty friends living in Silicon Valley made more but it seemed out of character for Chip. She knew the siren song of Technology captivated Chip and she didn't want him to be taken advantage of. Kay knew dealing with advanced technology was dangerous. Her parents warned her to be cautious but never gave an indication of why they felt that way.

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Episode 3 - The Connected Agenda – An evening outing

Kay entered the garage lit by sensors as she walked in to check on her car. She had the best intentions to begin charging the vehicle but didn't park it close enough to the charging dock. Most newer cars began charging when they were within 50 feet of the garage. Kay liked to call her car a classic, but her friends called it a medieval piece of junk.

"Tracey, Call Jade. "Hey, a group of us are going to Captiva tonight, and Chip will be there, if you recall. Have you even taken a shower today?".

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