I've had the joy of writing many a social media policy in the last 5 years for a variety of companies spanning multiple industries and size brackets.While it may feel a bit like a policy is taking the zippity out of social media's doo-dah, the Continue Reading
In January I was featured in a commentary on Gen Y, technology and credit unions on the Credit Union Times website. In the feature I present a counterpoint to a previous opinion piece that argues against the pursuit of digital solutions that appeal Continue Reading
Wow! Is it me or yesterday were we docking a boat on a lake in the sun, we blinked, and woke up stuck in our driveway in 6 inches of snow. While we can lament how fast summer turned to fall and so on, the fact remains: we're in a fast descent to Continue Reading
A story.It was a typical winter evening in Minnesota. Precipitation was falling and that meant the freeway traffic was stalling to a crawl. Lucky for me, that meant my commute home would be twice as long as it needed to be. I found my mind Continue Reading
Growing up there was an old John Deere tractor that sat out in our front yard. It was my grandpa's. As a kid I remember sitting on it and pushing the levers and pretending I was working the miles and miles of farmland I could see around me. Both of Continue Reading
There are those moments in history where millions of collective jaws get stuck in the dropped position. The moments we remember where we were and what we were doing for the rest of our life.
From the shootings in Newtown and Aurora, 9/11, JFK Assassination to good memories like the election of the first black president, the capture of Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden. All of these are moments that left their marks on a generation’s memory.
The life and death of Lady Diana is one of those memories.
Her traveling exhibit is quite an impressive collection. It beautifully tells the story of the Life and Death of the People’s Princess.
I went and saw at the Putnam Museum in the Quad Cities (Iowa,Illinois) over Thanksgiving. Here’s a few photos I snapped.
I'm stuffed. I hope you are too.Every year we advance this marvelous tradition that turkeys protest (in my imagination they do at least).It's a beautiful thing. We gather. We eat. We account for all the things we are thankful for over the past Continue Reading
It's been about four weeks since I left the steadiness of a corporate gig for the dazzling delighted chaos of start up land and wow, what a ride.It's been an emotional, sensory overload of highs and lows already and I can only imagine what's Continue Reading
The Bass Lake Trail is located north of Ely just off the Echo Trail. Continue Reading
It’s the end of summer and for me that means time for my annual pilgrimage to Minnesota’s north woods. Labor Day brings a special week long trip to the beautiful wilderness that surrounds Ely, Minnesota. This year we finally visited the International Continue Reading