Month: January 2018

  • Doing some construction

    Doing some construction

    I haven’t had time to write the last two weeks – I’ve been doing some construction on the back end of the site and building out a content calendar. I should be back to writing meaningful (at least to me) content next week. In the meantime, I encourage you to visit Occam’s Razor, an analytics […]

  • Facebook throws the curveball media should have seen coming

    When it comes to Facebook I’ve always felt like a bit of a social media pariah in the media industry. I see the value the platform offers for publishers, but have preached that they should be cautious. This is particularly true for local publishers. I’ve argued passionately against using newer services like Live, Watch, Marketplace […]

  • January 14 – One last entry into the Christmas portraits

    If you’ve been following along you know I’ve been working on multiple portraits that I gave as Christmas presents this year. And you also know that late in the game I decided to add two additional portraits into the mix. The downside of my sudden additions was that I did not have a subject for […]

  • Finding a memory

    It’s been  a few months since I posted about my professional pursuits. This weekend I wanted to get on track and say something less personal and more meaningful to a wider audience. I started this weekend wanting to say something about how Google and Facebook are screwing over local media organizations. Then my wife and I […]