Back to work for everyone. Top 5 (Mostly) Fantastic Memories of Summer: Time at the Shore (see above pic) in Jersey Fresh corn Mosquito bites (I did say mostly!) Chicken on the grill Watching the Phillies rebuild (tough, but it’s been good to see) Good luck to everyone heading back to school, too!
New and regular favorites: * Kevin Pollack’s Chat Show. Set aside two hours and just take it in. THIS is doubtless the right way to interview … he listens and converses and researches and does the social media thing. And it is not scripted. If you’re tired of your typical talk show, here you go.… Read More That Darn Hulu
The Golden Globes were on last night, my absolute favorite awards show. Tina and Amy aside (I mean, how wonderful were they?), the fashions are more creative than other shows, people are relaxed (with good reason) and both TV and film are represented, which makes for a more substantive batch of awards and far less… Read More Golden Choice
Dear Facebook, It’s been a year (roughly) since I signed off from your hallowed streams. I’m writing today to say .. I don’t miss you. I don’t miss the time sink that was updates from people who didn’t speak to me in high school but were appearing before me with how much they bench-pressed the… Read More Note to Facebook: I don’t miss you
‘Tis the season for warmth and cheer For friends and family, far and near. Traditions abound, some with a twist Sugar plums dance, and the kids make lists. For some there is change Stirring beneath the snow. For some there is travel So it’s time to go! Stay tuned in the near term For I’ll… Read More And Now for Something Completely Different
I’ve debated this move for months and months, eliminating my cable bundle and going completely mobile. This week, I did – and to be honest, I wish I’d done so sooner. My biggest concern, of course, was the quality of the experience – would the video render well? Would my pages load in good time?… Read More I cut the cable – and I like it
The paper’s office was situated in a line of buildings called River Row that backed up to the Susquehanna River. The street-level units were mostly shops. On one end, there was a bar. On the other, a huge gift store that was quite cool. Our space was owned by the Chamber of Commerce, which had… Read More Remembering Owego 20 Years Later: The Office