Hospitals don’t have enough ventilators for COVID-19 patients. But thanks to big-brained humanity and open-source technology, they soon might.
Preparing for the unexpected: for many businesses, that’s suddenly moved from a principle to a To Do item.
Fittingly for International Women’s Day celebrations, a web search led to a personal discovery of a too-little credited pioneer of the pop art movement: Sr. Corita Kent.
When you fail publicly, you might be tempted to quit or play small. Happily, HIghdive didn’t. And a year later, they’ve bounced back in spectacular fashion.
Ann Bauer is an amazing author, writer, and capturer of truths. Out of her own profoundly personal pain and loss,… Read more A Critical Essay for These Times
That’s right, free. With no purchase. Twenty-two pages of facts, links, and thinking on the many ways video has evolved… Read more “Video Content: Why”: a Free e-Book(let)
The following is the final essay from “A Book of Uncommon Prayer: 100 Celebrations of the Miracle and Muddle of… Read more The Best Goodbye I’ve Ever Read
It’s amazing how well-produced and deftly-applied sound empowers a film. Much has been written about Hans Zimmer’s extensive use of “Shephard… Read more Heard Any Good Movies Lately?
I love modern conveniences. Cruise control, gas grills, TV remotes: I’m an unabashed fan. But this whole IOT invasion of smart… Read more I’ll Vacuum My Own Floor, Thank You
It’s a pretty simple equation; the more you’re in contact with your audience, the more you can influence their shopping… Read more Access = Influence