Category: ‘Culture’

Fact Checking And The Cultural Implications of Sensationalism

All the news, right? 😉 As I write this blog article, I am reminded of the potential energy behind composing a narrative that evokes feelings and then is jettisoned into the community only to be scathed by the naysayers and applauded by the “believers”. Context, in a world of digital mediums, is being attacked. We don’t […] Read more

Feb, 09, 2018



The Reality of Virtual

I know. I’ve been a quiet little mouse. It has been 90 days since we lifted anchor and I must say keeping my nose out of things and giving priority to this agency has felt good. And it’s been a pleasure taking the opportunity to visit our clients more often. And to find out, they […] Read more

Freelancing is Changing the Game … And the Quality of Work

“So you have a part-time job?” – that is the two most common, yet mostly untrue – stereotype associated with freelancing. Yes, freelancing, the location-free way to work. (I emphasize WORK here; no it’s not a far-off goal to get paid while Netflixing and watching snacks.) But it’s anything but part-time. Unlike telecommuting, which allows […] Read more

3 Tips to Happy Employees in a Small Office

After the honeymoon period is over and after that new hire smell has worn off, the real job starts. Getting great work from an employee and making that experience enjoyable is easier than you think. This can become a challenge when work picks up, deadlines are almost due, and client work takes precedence. Through all of these […] Read more