Thirty two photos from 2005 Westport Connecticut featuring American Flags flying over the Saugatuck River on the Post Road Bridge plus local venues and end with twighlight deer in Wilton meadow along with a couple action shots from beer and pizza tasting event.
Reflecting on a thread about Drupal vs WordPress, what stands out is the importance of good URL Design and how you can tell if the customer is first or the code is first based on the information design choices a web team elects.
It’s Thursday night, Dec 31st 2009 circa 5:30PM as I pen this blog post and while most people are prepping for festive New Year celebrations with family and friends, I’m thoroughly bummed at a recent email I just received from Monty, the creator of MySQL (see below). Long story short, here is my comment I […]
Guard your domain names and beware of inside and third parties who might steal your domain names per this account by Chuck Scott.
If you think the economy is skidding towards the blink, think again and meet Rowan and Trevor – a lemonade stand sister-brother team that will rock your taste buds, bring joy to your heart and remind your soul to awaken to the creative gifts the Divine embedded in your DNA.
Photo journey and essay of young Ridgefield Lemonade Entrepreneurs and how Marxists left out entrepreneurs from their communist economic models.
Chuck Scott recounts the story of his new office chair from Staples Office Supply and the drama to get it while Kasha Scott ponders the office decor changes.
Legendary audio recording engineer Elliott Scheiner (Beck, The Eagles, Steely Dan, Van Morrison, Fleetwood Mac, Natalie Cole, Bruce Hornsby, plus others) spoke at East Coast Music Mall (Danbury, Connecticut) about his rock record producing experience and take on the music industry today.
Processing international credit cards via traditional merchant gateway is very expensive and this account explains why and also points to benefits of global standards.
A ten-minute heart-warming video featuring “the rainbow generation” enjoying a Bible Camp week at Saint Patrick’s church along with background on production and pursuit of storytelling arch – enjoy!
Brief History of Copyrights – Why the Grateful Dead and Dave Mathews Band Get It and Why Our Founding Fathers Would Spit On The Black Rat
Chuck reflects on the current Intellectual Property landscape and laments that the most trusted people in this department, like USA Constitutional author Thomas Jefferson, had it right back with Article 1, Section 8 and Article 27 – 1 … but oh, how money corrupts and confirms the golden rule – in that those with the gold rule. Well, seemingly that is as today’s content creator has new open source options available.
Birgitte Rasine talks with Chuck Scott sharing inspirational media thoughts (for producers and consumers) including: the global loss of vision and role of artists; cancerous media; blue-washing vs green-washing, being media savy consumers …
Zuhair Suidan talks about Success as a Consultant and how to make the break from employee to consultant thus go from W2s to 1099s.
Chuck Scott interviews Dr. Janet Kiehl, career dynamics and organizational change expert, who during this interview covers the spectrum of finding meaningful work – not just another job, but work that truly sustains for life and taps the soul. This plus more – enjoy!
Chuck Scott interviews Julie Jansen, author of “I Don’t Know What I Want, But I Know It’s Not This”, talks about how finding gratifying work, how it is important to believe you can work and be happy, and how you don’t have to get everything from your work but if you get a lot that makes a huge difference in your life and with those who love you. This plus more – enjoy!
Chuck Scott interviews Wilder Baker, Chairman of the American Advertising Federation, talks about how advertising relates to marketing, how big companies lose their way, customer focus vs marketing, plus some fascinating historical accounts including one from legendary ad man, David Ogilvy. This plus more – enjoy!
Chuck Scott interviews Paul Jeffery, brand expert and strategy director, where Paul talks about the differences between trade promotion and consumer promotion, then goes on to share the success stories of Eggo Waffles and Sarah Lee.
Chuck Scott interviews Mark Stevens, author of Your Marketing Sucks, and hears why Mark thinks most marketing, well you know, sucks. Mark goes on to advocate how integrated marketing is a myth and that hard core marketing is all about the art and science to growing a business. This plus more – enjoy!
What does marketing mean today and is integrated marketing an oxymoron – classic marketing wisdom discussed via interview with Zuhair Suidan and Chuck Scott.