I'm not going to be too specific in this post -- this is mostly me holding myself to sharing something. I end almost every year thinking I fell short in the year that's ending. I'm a pessimist in that way and many others! What was different in 2018 was that I wrote down a number…Read more What was my 2018?
Today is a year since my co-worker Amanda died, shockingly and unexpectedly. I've tried to celebrate and learn from her.
I realized last year that I'm in the top 10% in terms of longevity at my company. I literally was able to name every person who has been there longer (that list has since shrunk by one). I think about that fairly often. I was also reminded recently about how many people have come through…Read more Everyone has a last day at work
I’m trying to write more in February, and besides what I’ll write for work, I’ll also be writing about one of the few things I know about: digital media. What do I do? In short, I get the right information, at the right time, to the right audiences. And I’d like to help media, in…Read more Do you know where your most important readers are?
I’m trying to write more in February, and besides thing I’ll write for work, I’ll also be writing about one of the few things I know about: digital media. What do I do? In short, I get the right information, at the right time, to the right audiences. And I’d like to help media, in…Read more Paywalls are fine, but let’s make them more shareable
Bill Walsh was a great copy editor whose most important contribution -- in a life cut far too short -- was to teach editor and writers how to think. I'm one of those beneficiaries.
I didn't write as much as I hoped to this year. Part of this was being on a federal grand jury, part of it was having the flu twice (yes, really). But part of it was just not setting aside the mental space. I will be working on the latter in 2016.What do I want…Read more What I wrote (and didn’t write) in 2015
Brian Williams isn't just in a journalism crisis; he's demonstrating how leaders can be corrupted by their own hubris.
http://www.espn.com/core/video/iframe?id=12118361&endcard=false I don't watch SportsCenter all that often anymore, and not the late-night editions, which is where Stuart Scott was more in recent years. But, like so many others, I grew up on SportsCenter, remember when espn2 was the edgy, lowercase station, and yet am young enough to not remember an ESPN without Stuart Scott.…Read more “How you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live”