Today nearly everyone is into social media, and when it comes to conversation, nearly anything goes from your favorite brands and political opinions to gay marriage and gun rights. Users [CLICK TO READ MORE]
When we last saw our heroes…er, heroines…Goddesses…we had just completed the snail-infested Zukey Tri and were entering the off-season, that time for reflection and lower endorphin levels and realizing how [CLICK TO READ MORE]
We know the person by many names: A Hindu or Sikh religious teacher; spiritual leader; influential expert; maharishi; sage. Guru. The guru’s the expert we always go to, the one in our circle of contacts, that knows just about everything (certainly more than most) about a certain subject.
However, the guru faces his or her own challenges, perhaps just as challenging as for those looking up to them. JT shares his thoughts along with a short story. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The Michigan Humanities Council has selected Cromaine Library in Hartland as one of the six host sites for The Way We Worked, a traveling Smithsonian exhibit. Cromaine is the only [CLICK TO READ MORE]
ESN. It’s yet another new acronym you need to learn: Enterprise Social Network. Here, JT provides his review of this book.
The short take: It’s a must-read for your corporate ESN team. It strikes a nice balance and is the first book he’s read that can almost act as ‘primer’ for the entire process. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
The question comes up periodically: Why use images? There are a few basic reasons, such as persuasion, fighting boredome, to explain.
JT shares his favorite reasons for including at least one image in every article he writes. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
For many of us, choosing how to define ourselves has proven elusive for longer than we’d like. For me, clarity, true comfort even with who I am, only really came to light in recent years.
Every day life can be dull, boring, something from which to escape. Defining who you are, the direction you choose to take, is to put your head on the chopping block. Someone will take a swing at you. But without fear there can be no courage, and we all need courage in order to succeed. [CLICK TO READ MORE]
“Unexpected Places” is a fictional drama inspired by true events that occurred in the life of local screenwriter Penny Carlisi. The movie stars Cody, played by Tim Torok of Pinckney, [CLICK TO READ MORE]
Rev. Dr. Paul L. Maier, Lutheran Pastor, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Western Michigan University, and author of several popular books on Christianity, will be in Howell on December 4 to explain [CLICK TO READ MORE]