On the subject of St. Louis commutes….
Every time I hear someone (by which I mean politicians) use the phrase “job creator” or “we need to create jobs so people can get back to work”, I want to reach through the media and give them a quick slap to the back of the head. Maybe I’ve been reading too much Seth Godin, […]
On Monday (24 September), the Social Media Club St. Louis (@SMCSTL) hosted a panel of bloggers to discuss, what else, blogging. It has been many years since I first started blogging and the reasons and results of blogging, not to mention the tools, have evolved quite a bit. The panel shared some great insights into what motivates […]
Wordcamp St. Louis 2012 was a great way to spend the day, here are three of the talks that really stood out for me.
In the conversation around cutting government spending, the education system always seems to get caught in the middle. Especially the teachers. Do they get paid enough? Too much?
Like modern musicians, bloggers and others using social media have an almost unfathomable selection of tools available. But in the end, it is about making music, not using the tools.
March 31st, St. Louis Elite Tramp and Tumble and Gateway Kids World hosted Jump Fest 07 at their facility in Hazelwood, MO. Fun was had by all. More details to follow, but for now here are a couple of photos for your enjoyment. – – — — —–
If you would like to see a bit of current World Series Champion history, the World Championship Trophy will be on display at the Missouri Historical Society (Missouri History Museum) in Forest Park here in St. Louis beginning this Saturday. Society members will get a chance to see it Saturday morning before it is open […]
A month or so ago in a discussion about the value of blogs and wikis as collaboration tools, Dave Snowden stated, “Knowledge discovery is serendipitous, not planned.” Last weekend, I had a ‘no-tech’ version of this experience at
I’ve been a fan of the Canadian rock trio Rush for many years, since high school, so when my brother called me up a couple of weeks ago and asked if I wanted to go check out a local Rush tribute band I immediately agreed. I’m glad I did. The band, Thunderhead, played at the […]