Blogs that deal with mental illness

My wife, Richelle, has been encouraging me to talk more about Mom, including here on the blog. I don’t talk about her that much because I have yet to find the words that can adequately express my childhood, but I grew up with a mother who wrestled with a condition called “Schizoaffective Disorder”. I can […]

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Is blogging for your company?

WashingtonPost.com: Marketing Moves to the Blogosphere: The strategy part is important because a blog may not work for every business. Before starting one, companies have to “make sure that the blog fits in with the existing culture of the company,” said Walter J. Carl, a professor of communications at Northeastern University who has studied corporate […]

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The Evolution of George Carlin

WFMU’s Beware of the Blog has a great piece on George Carlin’s early years, including clips and audio. WFMU’s Beware of the Blog: “The Early George Carlin 1956-1970″: “The musicians I knew had gone through that transition … I’m listening to Bob Dylan … and I realize these artists are using their talent to project […]

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