Gischeleman: "To Create With the Mind"
As a lifelong movie fan, part-time art-film snob, and dad, I had a great time reading Boston Globe film critic Ty Burr’s new book”The Best Old Movies for Families: A Guide to Watching Together.” First, I should disclose that I know Ty– we live in the same school district, and my son is slightly younger [...]
Your lunch of Lunches Originally uploaded by douglashaslam Ok, this is terribly silly, but I couldn’t resist. The “e” in “side” from my Uno’s lunch was being rubbed out, so I gave it an assist. Technorati Tags: Sid+Caesar Tweet
Originally uploaded by douglashaslam Why buy “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows” at Costco? Because you can get these sweet boxes to carry your booze. Also, I scratch my head at the people who line up to buy the book on the first night. One Twitter friend told me that at Porter Square in Cambridge [...]
I have heard this phrase too many times, and it’s time to revive my campaign from several years ago to rid our world of this little indicator of negativity. “Post mortem.” Why, after any completed project, campaign or event, must we have a “post mortem?” Why, if the project, campaign or event is successful, do [...]
Will It Blend? – iPhone I have tried to stay out of the iPhone discussion, because I don’t want to enable the Macolyte zombie army, nor do I want to bash a cool gadget because that’s the cool thing to do. But this latest episode of the great Blendtec “Will it Blend” series is priceless. [...]
Recording today’s PRobecast (Topaz Partners PR podcast), we talked about an upcoming Boston event at Fenway Park sponsored by “Life is Good.” Many of us know “Life is Good” as the familiar emblem on T-shirts, hats and myriad other items– and that events the home-grown company sponsors or puts together raise money to benefits worthy [...]