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Is the age of the big blog over?

Last night was the 5th anniversary of Blog Chat on Twitter. We discussed where blogging will be five years from now. I shared excerpts from a…Read More »

Touché: Teachers from Catholic High School Read Mean Tweets From Their Students

This video of teachers from Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School in Oklahoma City reading “mean tweets” from their students is pretty poignant — especially since my…Read More »

Your Hair Shone In The Sun

The older I get, the more I dream about starring in my favorite songs. Like this one called My Beautiful Reward by Springsteen.   …From a…Read More »

I'd like to teach the world to sing

[365 Days of Me Not Blogging] Here’s me not blogging doing a photo essay: I’d Like To Teach The World To Sing, inspired by my Coca-Cola…Read More »

Conversations When I Wasn't Blogging

[365 Days of Me Not Blogging] This not blogging stuff is pretty fun. Here is me not blogging talking to Bridgy at bedtime. BRIDGY: Is God…Read More »

Elsa and Anna Watching Basketball

365 Days of Me Not Blogging Here’s me not blogging watching my son play basketball. Bridgy brought Queen Elsa and Princess Anna to the game. Fun…Read More »

The Olden Days of the Internet

Read this fun guest post from Ian. It seems strange to consider the “olden days of the internet”. I mean, it’s younger than my children, who…Read More »

365 Days Of Me Not Blogging

I went to the grocery store yesterday, and the entire time I was there I talked to a friend on the phone. I only got clipped…Read More »

What Happens When Watchdogs Become Paper Tigers?

The following commentary original aired on KOSU Radio, December 12, 2013.  Nothing could have prepared me for the decline of the newspaper. As a public relations…Read More »

Field Journal: Week 47

I mentioned in last week’s field journal that I was in the midst of rebranding my site. I have been working on this project a little…Read More »

Blogging Bootcamp Presentations

The five-week Blogging Bootcamp course I taught at Oklahoma Contemporary is over, except it isn’t. We decided to extend it another week after the very unexpected…Read More »

Why I'm Struggling With Blogging

Sometimes, all I want to do is write about my children and tell you what we did today. I want to post pictures of all the…Read More »

Message To A Blogger: Here's Why You're Not Awesome

“Oh my God, you’re perfect,” I said as I drove by her house. She lives a stone’s throw from Cottonwood Flats, the venue for the recent…Read More »

Capture the Colour Photo Blogging Contest

My friend Andi who is a travel blogger over at Misadventures with Andi nominated me to participate in the 2013 Capture the Colour Photoblogging Contest sponsored…Read More »

RSS Subscribers: Moving to Feedblitz from Feedburner

This blog post is a notice to my remaining subscribers on Feedburner: I am moving to Feedblitz. Please update your reader with This redirects automatically…Read More »

Sign-up for Blogging Boot Camp

First of all, I’m in love with Contemporary Oklahoma. Second of all, I’m in love with Contemporary Oklahoma. Just go look at my Twitter background. That’s…Read More »

Does Sponsored Reviews use a whore score to rate bloggers?

Monday night, I was checking out the new incoming traffic feature on StatCounter and noticed some hits from Sponsored Reviews, a blog advertising network. Sponsored Reviews…Read More »

Flickr Users Mourn; Scorn Marissa Mayer

  At first, I thought it was just me. Maybe the new Flickr site was fantastic and I was just stuck in my ways. Maybe eventually…Read More »

Generation X Now Shaping Government

Generation X at the forefront of Civic Technology has published an article today about how Generation X is now the generation shaping government. It’s an…Read More »

Generation who-wha-huh?

I moved Are You There God? It’s Me, Generation X (a.k.a. jenx67) from Blogger to WordPress over the weekend. Sorry about the odd post title. I’m…Read More »

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