Blog Archive for June 2015

There are times when I’ll wake up in the middle of the night completely wide-awake. It’s very frustrating. And when this happens my mind just starts racing about the things I have to do. Of course this doesn’t help me get back to sleep because now I’m making lists and that’s not a good way […]

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I wasn’t going to write a blog on Tuesday mostly because I had nothing to say. But I read a column in the Washington Post yesterday that I wanted to share with you. It was written by Hunter Rawlings who is president of the Association of American Universities and a former president of Cornell University and the […]

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Last month I wrote about the transition from college to working adult. I waxed philosophic about moving from college student to working adult and how difficult a transition that is. We all do it, don’t we? I mean, those of us who desire to make our own mark in the world. Well, I had my […]

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We are adding some new programming to the OTN lineup and we’re a little excited about the choices. In no particular order of importance they are: “There’s An App For That” – The show will introduce, describe and demonstrate iPhone, iPad and Android apps that students will find useful and entertaining. “Connect” – Similar in style to […]

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Three quick things to discuss this week: OTN’s new office, a preview of some of the new productions tools and jobs. OTN is in its new digs. The new office is right next to the old one, right down the hall from food.com. There are still a few things to button up but for the […]

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I’ve worked with Alec Baldwin, Mike Tirico and a guy who spent 35 years of his life affixing handles to coffee cups. I’ve shot video in Times Square, Washington, D.C., South Beach and hop fields in Madison County. I’ve been hired by Comedy Central, HGTV and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. I […]

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Both of my daughters played softball when they were younger. Because I was a big baseball fan I had hoped they would stick with it and it would be “our thing.” That didn’t happen. Neither of the kids took much to sports although both of them were very coordinated and athletically built. Rachel was a […]

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Benchmarks

June 12, 2012 by Andrew Robinson

This is personal. I am feeling nostalgic today because my youngest daughter drove off to her last full day of high school this morning. Let me repeat that in a different way; the high school experience for the Robinson hacienda is almost over. So what does this have to do with OTN? Pretty much nothing, […]

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Think Time

June 5, 2012 by Andrew Robinson

I’m reading a book called “Imagine: How Creativity Works” by Jonah Lehrer. I’m only about 50 pages into a 250-page Kindle book but so far it’s a fascinating read. If you have ever thought that creativity is something people are born with, after reading this book you’ll have to think again. I mention this book […]

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