Check out what happened at Philly.com. I’ve seen him perform in Suburban Station, at Rittenhouse Square (fun fact: he was threatened to be arrested for not having a permit), and out front of Reading Terminal Market. I’m very happy to see him get his chance after a few American Idol auditions that didn’t progress (your loss American Idol).
In Philly? Get the details here! Hope to see you there.
I’m here at Constitution High School with a terrific class of students learning WordPress with TechGirlz and Comcast.
Still my favorite read of the new year and I read it back on January 5th. There is a world of wisdom in this short read.
Normally I wouldn’t pass along a list like this, but Lifehacker’s done a decent job listing 10 paths to teach yourself how to code.
NPR used Census Data to determine what the most common jobs were in each state, from 1978 to 2014. They’ve coupled it with a nifty animation, that highlights the retreat of farming, and the rise of truck driving, and software engineering.
Adam Lang is Philadelphian who has spent years becoming part of a neighborhood, rehabbing his house, investing in the future of his community, is facing a notice that his home is going to get seized for a redevelopment plan. Read his story.
Jim Benson challenges us with the idea that your Personal Kanban board isn’t just for our own private use, but is something to be shared with your family, and with your team. How many folks would be comfortable with that level of transparency? There is real value to be uncovered by trying I think.
For more on what a Personal Kanban board is, read Personal Kanban 101 from Jim Benson and Tonianne DeMaria Barry.