Not to brag, but Chuck Marohn ain’t the only one who can make cookies. Well, James Rucker did. I turned on the oven.
Attempt to document the reason I’m sitting here. #lonelylifeofabandparent #disregardthegiantbutt
St X high school hockey game. James in pep band so decided to stay for game. I have no idea what is going on.
mapsontheweb: Change In Medium Household Income By County 2007-2012 Wow.
Another random lategram from Cincinnati Maker Faire in the fall. A yarnbombed cannon. Try that, Jodi Kessler!
The good folks at Podcatalyst asked me back recently to do a second interview with them (read: I must not have sounded too crazy the first time!). This time, host Clay Banks wanted to focus on one element that gets a fair amount of attention in The Local Economy Revolution: why making our local economies work better …
Random latergram: half of a belt sander race at Cincinnati Maker Faire. They have to have costumes, of course.
Some days a little encouragement that you might be doing something that matters...well, matters. What a pleasure, then to discover that Brian Dowling of Pathways to New Community Paradigms had written such an insightful review of The Local Economy Revolution. You can read the entire review here -- and Brian's deep dive, systemic analyses are worth …
Yes, it’s pretty. It still sucks.
Positive feedback is always great, but when you get it from someone whose writing chops you deeply appreciate, that's a whole 'nother level of awesome. Wayne Senville, the longtime editor of PlannersWeb, has dealt with my writing for years, crafting and refining my often clunky submissions as a columnist for Planning Commissioner's Journal and its online …