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Speechless Sundays: Me myself and i... Phone.
I was in old downtown Edmonds, Washington June 1st doing #mobilecomcamp. I’ve mentioned it before. It’s a field trip scavenger hunt type class where we go into a neighborhood business district and engage the local shop owners. It’s a blast!We’re armed with our smartphones and give the local busin...
When I stumbled upon this wonderful glass chess set at the Jonathan Adler store in University Village, Seattle the other day it got me to thinking. Funny life is always talking to you when you stop to listen...My fascination with chess started in earnest back in the late 70s, early 80s. Though I ...
I left Wenatchee, Washington for home about 2:00 pm Thursday afternoon, May 26, 2016... It was a beautiful day and I was enjoying the drive home over Blewett Pass into Cle Elum wanting to make good time and beat the rush hour traffic back in Pugetopolis where I live in Renton. Cle Elum is just ab...
A few blocks north of the Washington State Fairgrounds on South Meridian in downtown Puyallup is Bourbon Street Bar & Grill.I was with my good friend and co-worker Kim Schildt. We’d just finished teaching a 3 clock hour class in Sumner at 1:00 pm and were headed back to the office. We’re both sta...
Speechless Sundays: Pansies...
Over the past several months I’ve been in a marathon. I’ve been building our digital marketing education program with a focus on mobile marketing strategies that engage local businesses as a key ingredient to a successful prospecting (farming) scenario.Though it’s a marathon to be sure, it’s also...
Wordless Wednesday:A February Sunset from the PNW Convergence Zone.
I spent most of the week in Spokane, Washington. We did a #mobilecomcamp clock hour class at the River Park Square downtown on Thursday, February 18th.I have a special place in my heart for this old town in Eastern Washington. My Mom grew up here, the Larson side of our family. My Grandpa Harvey ...