Blog Archive for December 2012

Sometimes I just get plain ol’ tired of sharing the “how this business is changing” stuff because it just makes my head hurt. But I can’t ignore this one. http://www.businessinsider.com/youtube-revenues-approach-tv-networks-2013-12 Now that is a lot of money and as a wise old man once said, “Follow the money.” So short and sweet, have a great […]

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Newtown

December 17, 2012 by Andrew Robinson

I sent this message yesterday. Dear Senators Gillibrand and Schumer: This is the first time I have ever written a letter to one of my elected representatives. The shooting in Newtown pushed me to finally let my voice be heard. My wife and I live in a community somewhat similar to Newtown. DeWitt is a suburb […]

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Dave Brubeck died last Wednesday. The great jazz composer and musician would have been 92 the very next day. I saw him and his quartet perform a few years ago at the Civic Center. I’ll never forget the performance or his demeanor. When he came out on the stage he was kind of shuffling his […]

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There is a growing debate about the value of a college education. Rising tuition costs and the amount of student debt is causing concern. A parallel discussion is taking place on the value of classes taken on-line. Some see it as a valuable addition to the classic college experience and some see it as an […]

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