Welcome Back!

Wow, it has been a while. I had stopped blogging for longer than I had thought. I had been blogging through other sites, but I need to come back and own my own content again. So, I’m back. This is also part of an effort […]

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Ten Reasons First Strides is For You

  Number One: You’re a woman! First Strides is a beginner walking and running workshop just for women, only women. Women tend to prefer group activities and enjoy the social aspect of those activities. First Strides works in groups and encourages participants to be social! […]

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*contains offensive language

It certainly feels good to say it. “Fuck. Them.” Too bad it doesn’t fix anything. While our politicians play their grade school posturing games, the impact of the shutdown will continue to grow. Wait, fuck them…I shouldn’t compare them to our grade school children, because […]

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Tech Tip Tuesday: Constitute

Damn you Google, you’ve done it again.  Well, it wasn’t all Google, but Google Ideas did provide the seed money for the Comparative Constitutions Project  to develop Constitute.  Frankly, it’s just awesome.  What makes it awesome?  160 constitutions.  Yes, 160 of those documents from around […]

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Tech Tip Tuesday: Texting Tip

I have been surprised to learn that several people didn’t know there is a keyboard shortcut on your phone that allows you to be grammatically correct with ease!  So here it is. When you start a text on your phone, your phone is quite helpful […]

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First Strides and RunKeeper

Last week, we started another session of First Strides, a walking and running workshop for women.  In the workshop we meet together as a large group over 12 weeks, with each week getting progressively advanced.  We meet once per week as the group and then […]

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THATCamp Lehigh Valley–Project Management

The final workshop today for THATCamp Lehigh Valley 2013 will be on project management, presented by Sherri Yerk-Zwickl, who is the Director of Project Management and Web&Mobile Services at Lehigh University.  She gave her presentation a great title:  “How to Survive when You are Volunteered […]

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