I was watching Detroit 187 last night. It’s a terrific cop show even if it’s a little disconcerting to see Christopher Moltisanti on this side of the law for a change. The cast is filled with other familiar faces, the plots are consistently good, and I’m becoming a regular viewer.
In last night’s episode, the cops solved a murder the old fashioned way – examining clues and putting the pieces of evidence together into a coherent completed puzzle to unravel what had happened. This, of course, made me think of the report coming soon from the FCC as well as a few other controversies out there. Here’s what I mean. Continue reading
I spend a lot of time working with clients on the dissemination of content via multiple channels. To oversimplify (I know – I do that so well), it’s all about “write once publish everywhere.” After all, we live in a time of “what I want, when I want it, how I want it.” So you’d think I’m pretty channel-agnostic, right? Wrong. Here’s why. Continue reading
Here is the post that got the most reads this year and I’m happy it did so because the topic is very personal. It was written on the passing of one of my mentors in business. The best thing to come of his passing has been the reconnecting I’ve been able to do with a number of former co-workers who took the time to write.
Lots of businesses position themselves as “a family.” I don’t need to tell you that they really aren’t but I’ve been fortunate enough to get close to that familial feeling twice. The people who reached out after Mark’s passing were part of the first time. This was published last July. Continue reading