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Unplugging for the Weekend

So tomorrow is going to be the first “Links of the Week” I’ll miss since this blog was started five months ago but I’m fully unplugging for the weekend and heading to the Indy 500 for Memorial Day Weekend. Usually I’m more of a Coca Cola 600 person as this is going to be only [...]

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Hopefully everyone spent time with loved ones today and let their mom know how much they love her?

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The Future is Here: Internet TV and Wireless Radio have Arrived

Online Video Don’t believe me that Internet TV has crossed the threshold to be a viable option? Check out this video that I put together showing the new MLB.TV Mosaic application.

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The Final Four: College Web Style

I have an Alexa widget in my Netvibes account that pulls Wofford traffic data along with some of our peer and benchmarking institutions.  One of those trackers comparisons is the Cinderella story of Davidson.  Davidson is only a state away and roughly the same size as Wofford (1,600 to 1,350 college kids) and both are [...]

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Happy Easter: A New Blogger Has Risen, My Father

I hope that everyone had a great Easter weekend?  I have a little quasi Easter story that I wanted to share.

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The Changing Face of Public Education

On Friday I had the honor of talking to 7th and 8th graders at Bell Street Middle School in Clinton, SC.  Bell Street Middle is your quintessential public school in a regular town in the southern United States.  A group of hard working teachers attempting to educate young minds in a world that is changing so quickly [...]

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Jack of many trades master of none

I just read a post over on Eric Stoller’s blog about the many jobs that he has had.  I thought what a great idea and a wonderful way for readers to know a little bit more about this guy who claims to be a .eduGuru!  So Eric here’s responding to your question and to any readers, I [...]

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Book Review: The Baseball Economist

I just finished reading The Baseball Economist: The Real Game Exposed the other night.  If you’re not a baseball fan then you can skip the rest of this post without offending me.  Besides being a book about something that I love, this book was written by a Wofford alum!  All the more reason to reason [...]

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A little introduction

Following Matt, Jeremy, and Mark‘s introduction posts.  It’s only fitting that I do the same.

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Look ma I’m a Blogger!

Ok so the obvious question is why do I think that I should start a blog?  A few months ago I came across a blog post about reasons to blog that really hit home.  At the time it all sounded good, but I instantly realized that being a blogger isn’t for everyone.  I think one [...]

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