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What I Learned & Can Implement from 'Social Media for Nonprofits' program

On another typically sunny Wednesday morning in LA, dedicated non-profit workers and volunteers slogged through the traffic jams that lead to Downtown and converged upon The California Endowment to learn about what to most of us is a quagmire: Social Media and optimizing its various channels. 819 more words


Canal deux

Milton and I have been estranged from doing “blog things” together. It’s been a while. A few years to be more precise. In that time, we’ve both grown a lot, as men, and been on numerous personal adventures. 350 more words

World Exploration


When your mouse is not your friend.

 (Well, not this kind of mouse.)

Do not “click”, do not respond, do not trust…be paranoid.  Seriously.  Cyber fraud is big news these days.  905 more words

With a robust selection of courses available in Business and Communication disciplines, ISA programs in Australia and New Zealand offer not only a wide array of academic enrichment, but also a number of unique, co-curricular   too. 490 more words

Program Highlight

SDCC General Meeting Monday March 26th at 7:30pm - Special Storm Water and Shore Drive Improvements Presentation

Click here for a printable version of the agenda 3.26.18 SDCC Agenda

SDCC General Meeting Agenda
Monday March 26, 2018 from 7:30 to 9:00pm
Ocean Park Volunteer Rescue Squad Hall… 371 more words


Oh hello again, Marlow FM!

It seems like only yesterday we were at Marlow FM with Alistair Cooper MW talking all things grapes | booze | music with the lovely Mary Flavelle. 117 more words

Hello Henley

City of Virginia Beach to Hold Public Meeting About Flood Risks and Resiliency at Central Library - Sat. March 24th

The City of Virginia Beach, Public Works Engineering, and the Old Dominion University Resilience Collaborative will be sponsoring a film and interactive community event concerning flooding and ways to respond at the Virginia Beach Central Library on Saturday, March 24, 2018, starting at 1:30 p.m. 45 more words