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I was going to do a post about a book, but I feel it’s important to call to your attention a one-question reader survey. If you’d take a moment to answer the survey below or in the sidebar on this blog, I’d truly appreciate your feedback. 57 more words


Do Not Take the Tennis Court Oath

The literary magazine, Helen, out of Las Vegas, just published my poem, “Do Not Take the Tennis Court Oath,” today. You can read it… 114 more words


Behind the Scenes: Episode 109– ONTAP 9.3 Security Enhancements

Welcome to the Episode 109, part of the continuing series called “Behind the Scenes of the NetApp Tech ONTAP Podcast.”

Note: If you’re looking for last week’s podcast (IBM Watson/Elio), then it will be back up soon. 155 more words


Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts invites local musicians and other artists to perform

By Nola Elliffe

Friday, Oct. 13 the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) sold-out tickets to their new Late Nites series which promised a sneak peek of… 602 more words


Tips on starting a short story

So you have this great idea for a story. Awesome. But…how do you know you’re starting in the right place?

In workshop and with my high school students, I often see fiction drafts that have “buried” the hook to the story and start with an unnecessary opening (or a less interesting one). 1,425 more words

Tisch School of the Arts, New York University - MFA in Filmmaking

Before becoming president of Falcon Project Quality Management in New York, Christopher “Chris” McNally attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he earned a bachelor of arts in history. 129 more words

Chris McNally

Ready for Thesis...

Ready for Thesis.

Ready for Thesis?

Both the same set of words, yet one obviously a statement and the latter a question.  Currently I am at the second and working towards the bold, strong, statement that is the first. 690 more words