Remembering the Holocaust here in Philly tonight

Holocaust survivor Hans Salomon, 86, will tell his story tonight with Tracy Strong, 93, the soldier who helped save him at the Congregations of Shaare Shamayim, in Northeast Philly. Daily News: Will Bunch: Reliving the Holocaust … by re-enacting it Inquirer: Daniel Rubin: Daniel Rubin: A survivor and an unsung savior, 68 years on

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Yesterday’s BarCamp NewsInnovation Philly

Yesterday afternoon, encouraged by Roz, I found a way to attend BarCamp NewsInnovation Philly. I’m happy I listened to her. It was a great event. I was late, but in time for four discussions, the biggest highglight of those was TechnicallyPhilly. They gave an enthusiastic, concise description of what they do, how central community and […]

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Some interesting music and children links for today

Boston Globe: Can’t get it out of my head: A father’s yearlong quest to grasp the infant musical mind NPR: Bringing Up Baby, As Music Lovers Might Muppet Wiki: Joe Raposo Thankfully, Emma’s tastes are all over the map, like her Daddy. For example, just this morning she kept replaying The Mother of All Funk […]

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Programming and Project Management Links for April 16, 2009

danieltenner.com – Dealing with impossible crises – Absolutely terrific advice for participating in group problem solving (something that many have trouble with). The Buzz Bin – The Cultural Challenge to Integration – about breaking down silo walls. Beth’s Blog – Silos Culture Inside the Walls of Nonprofits Prevent Effective Social Media Use – yep – […]

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Richelle’s grandfather passed away in his sleep yesterday morning

My thoughts and prayers are with the family, especially Emma. She got to know grandpop over the past couple months and she liked him very much. She is blissfully unaware right now, but the questions will come. They can’t be blown off – she simply doesn’t fall for distractions so easily anymore. How deep you […]

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