From the monthly archives:

September 2011

What’s Your Show About?

September 26, 2011

There were lots of good insights and conversations at Podcamp Boston (my first podcamp), but one of the strongest that resonated with me could be summed up as “You have to know what your show’s about.” That thought, shared in separate sessions by Chris Christensen (host of The Amateur Traveler podcast) and Len Edgerly (host […]

Read the full article →

Misty Friday

September 23, 2011

Charles River, Newton Mass.                        

Read the full article →

Neighborhood Barn

September 15, 2011
Read the full article →

Maybe They’ll Start With Spelling This Year

September 13, 2011

Jonathan Law High School, Milford, CT

Read the full article →

World Trade Center Beam, Middletown

September 12, 2011

Dedicated Sunday outside South Fire District headquarters on Randolph Road (Route 155).

Read the full article →

Checking Your Company’s Disaster Communications Plans

September 6, 2011

For most companies, disaster planning centers around recovering data. While that’s clearly a critical factor in your company’s ability to survive a major disruption, it’s also important to consider how you’ll communicate with customers and team members in the aftermath of a disaster. If, for instance, your company is affected by a disaster, you have […]

Read the full article →

Companies Showing Compassion After Irene

September 2, 2011

As Connecticut continues to cut, chip and pump out the remnants of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene, a number of local businesses have shown concern and compassion for their customers and neighbors. One of the first was Marge’s, a sandwich and ice cream shop in Stratford that, like large chunks of the state, lost power during the […]

Read the full article →