So, as I previously shared, I’m part of a panel on innovation in Indy by Centric on 4/25 at Butler University. I’m still not 100% comfortable with the tough love I’m about to give at this panel, but I’m researching today to back my claims up.
This post is brilliant. And spot on. [...]
When organizers over at Centric asked me to serve as a panelist on their April Indy & Innovation luncheon, my first gut reaction was to say ‘no.’
Well, I have serious and strong opinions about what Indy can do to get more innovative.
However, they stated they wanted strong opinions…so I reluctantly agreed.
Ok, Indiana, we’re number 1. We’re number 1!
But this is not a good number 1.
If you don’t know much about meth, know that it is cheap and relatively easy to make–you can make it in a [...]
If you missed the STEM ed action this week in and around Indiana for the #STEMPrincess project, here it is!
We’ve been a little busy over here cranking out a few new books – but one definitely has something to do with Hoosier…girls!
THANKS TO ALL who supported the #STEMPrincess project on Kickstarter! Just today, we delivered 19 boxes of books to the Indiana State Library, as a contribution to the 440 library facilities across [...]
That’s a lot of shows in the title, but after attending the Indy Home Show this past week, here’s what I think was the biggest hit of the show.
Believe it or not, it wasn’t the big house they build inside the Fairgrounds. Sorry – I didn’t even cue up for it. Actually, for [...]
My Fellow Hoth Indy Dwellers,
Recently, I was introduced through a friend to possibly serve on a panel later on post-thaw about what Indy can do in order to become a ‘global hub for innovation.’ After the friendly introduction online, I replied to both parties and stated that my opinions might not be welcome at [...]
Well, obviously our new year’s resolution wasn’t to post daily on this blog for the new year! We’ve been a bit behind.
But, we want to help YOU get ahead on YOUR New Year’s Goals!
Was one of those goals you wrote a couple of weeks ago to “take a class?” If so, here are [...]
Recently, the local newspaper featured a piece on 10 local younger singles. Other than the age ranges being a little stunted (yes, you can be single after age 32 and live in Indiana, just in case you were wondering–they don’t kick us out of the state) and of course an article on singles isn’t [...]