I have just $1,300 left to raise as I write this, but I can’t get there without help from more people like these Heroes. Please considering joining them by donating any amount to http://pmc.org/DH0159.
Steve is simply one of the nicest guys I have met in my association with Podcamp Boston. If you go to one of the events, he is the guy in the tri-corner hat, and one of the few people doing a lot of the work but not getting recognized nearly enough for it. If it weren’t for people like Steve, a lot of things simply would not get done (though a lot of us would sure be talking a lot about it).
Steve has multiple blogs, but his main online hangout is Steve’s 2 Cents (http://steves2cents.blogspot.com/), where he is currently writing about his current job search efforts, sharing the tips and tricks of using social media to find the next position.
More from Steve:
– Why did you sponsor me in the Pan-Mass Challenge?
I appreciate your participation in this worthy cause and want to help.
– How did you first hear about the Pan-Mass Challenge?
I heard about it several years ago from one rider who I met at Fidelity with whom I also shared a passion for soccer. Over the years, I have found a number of other friends taking part and contribute to their efforts.
– Are you giving in the name or memory of someone you know who has had cancer?
Not to any one individual. Unfortunately, I have too many to chose from. I lost my mother and her mother many years ago, and several members of the extended family have passed on with one of the variations of cancer.
– Name one interesting fact or story that makes you unique and interesting
The story behind the tri-corner hat is one conversation connecting New England’s heritage and learning events like PodCamp that can go one for sometime. I have written it up here http://stephensherlock.wikispaces.com/Social+Media+Student
Steve, thank you for sponsoring me. And thank you, everyone who has supported the Pan-Mass Challenge in any way. Please consider joining Steve Sherlock to sponsor my ride and fight cancer: http://pmc.org/DH0159. Please feel free to pass the link to others as well.