Here is a great podcast featuring Seth Godin that gives a good assesment for the state of the current economy and world of work.
Archive for January, 2010
I met an activist yesterday outside SUNY ESF who wants to prevent fracking for natural gas in Central New York.
While doing some research I saw these photographs from the collection of friend, fellow photographer and retired Ithaca ophthalmologist Edward Hart, M.D.
Former Syracuse University Public Relations Professor Don Singletary said it best during a call in to WPHR-FM’s Old School Sunday show yesterday: “[Teddy] was so consistently good that you forget how much music he put out.”
Philadelphia has a host of favorite sons. Musically, Teddy Pendergrass is near the top of most people’s list.
Here’s a great podcast in memoriam by EJ Flavors.
Apparently Syracuse Academy of Science (SAS) varsity basketball has passed the test. Three years ago when I covered their inaugural campaign they were winless and at the bottom of their division. I saw them play Onondaga last night and they won 73-63 to maintain their place at the top of the Patriot League division. They have gone from the basement to a serious contender thanks to a blend of speed and inside strength. Lavell Ellick (pictured above) was an original member of the inaugural team and last night he scored 19 points.