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Thoughts after 10 years of blogging

  “I should write a blog post about 10 years of blogging, but I’ll do it after I watch this basketball game.” That’s how I was thinking tonight about acknowledging a decade of publishing online. No careful marketing plan, no … Continue reading

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Travel Post Friday: Jasper, Alberta when you are not a snow bunny

When I headed north to visit Edmonton and Jasper in Alberta, Canada in the middle of February, several people asked me what in the world I was going to do in Jasper when it’s known for snow sports and I … Continue reading

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Looking into a Twitter Wayback Machine

Of all the social media tool and channel options that bombard us daily, the most indispensable, cannot-live-without ones for me are my blogs….and Twitter. My good friend (since 1978!) and tech mentor Dwight Silverman, editor at the Houston Chronicle and … Continue reading

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Travel Post Friday: Guided by someone who lived it

This photo is of the ID tag that Loretta’s father wore during his 40 years working as a crane operator at Bethlehem Steel in Pennsylvania. She wears it around her neck today as she gives guided tours of the industrial … Continue reading

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