Railfanning.org formally launched 20 years ago today. The story of how it started is quite funny.
On a Side Note…
I thought about an exchange with a newspaper editor a few months ago. It’s bothered me, so I wanted to share a few thoughts.
Not every opportunity is right; if every opportunity is right, no opportunity is right. Sometimes we must pass on good opportunities because great ones are waiting to be discovered.
Marketers often ask whether it’s kosher to repost a contributed byline on a personal or company site. The short answer is it depends on the agreement with the publication.
Some years ago, I covered a murder trial where the suspect defended himself. As a one-off, it might not be overly noteworthy. Then, it happened again; another murder suspect defended himself.
Over the past year, I decided to record an album. I thought about recording some of my older songs, but I decided to write new ones, songs influenced by the past four-and-a-half years.
If a conversation is an exchange of ideas, do two people in the same room talking in each other’s direction constitute a conversation?
Before we begin, we should align on the definition of public relations because it is not just media relations.
Creating a welcoming environment should be more than a slogan on the company’s webpage or in its employee handbook. It needs to be something that every employee follows.
This week, I’m speaking at Denison ReMix. My talk is titled “From the deepest valley to the highest mountain.” It stems from a sentiment Richard Nixon shared during his August 1974 farewell address.