As the holidays arrive, use your phone to give back!
Facebook walls are not meant for you to scream and yell on. You are allowed there by your friends and should act accordingly.
If you love the outdoors, skiing or quality time by the fireplace, The Hermitage Club is the place for you!
People were confused when I went to Texas for five days and didn’t really say what I was up to. Now I can share that story.
If you are looking for tech gifts to get your kids this Christmas, here are a few ideas.
I’m very curious to watch ‘Breakthrough: Fighting Pandemics.’ on National Geographic Channel.
Save the Children is sharing a powerful story of a child in Afghanistan to help raise awareness for why they need your donations to continue their work in that country.
Why would someone like me attend an event like ITS Muster?
My talk from Pix 2015 encouraging photographers to use their talents and images to drive social change in the world around them.
A recap of my day at the Topsfield Fair stop of the U.Fund Dreams Tour.
Another day and another mass shooting. When will it end?
This weekend we are headed to the Topsfield Fair as part of my partnership with the U.Fund Dreams Tour.
I’ve always loved the start of the fall television season, but this year I have no idea when I’m going to get to watch all the shows I want to.
Our family always have a fun time at King Richard’s Faire.
First day of school 2015.
The MTV Video Music Awards are still some of the most random hours of entertainment you can ever find on television.
As the technology in our phones and automobiles gets better I’d love to see more to protect our teenage drivers.
The new solid state portable hard drives from Samsung are amazing pieces of hardware. Especially for frequent travelers like me.
Video of a talk I gave at CreativeMornings Boston around the theme of “Humility.”
Blogust ’15 is underway and I’m proud to be part of it. Every comment or share on this post will give a child in need the vaccines they need to live a full life.
Pam Slim brought her Indispensable Community Tour to Boston and it was an inspiring and educational event.
Getting out in nature and away from screens is always a good idea.
Life events making me wonder about the power of technology and what it might be doing to our basic humanity.
A quick look back at the week that was.
When a fellow author challenges his readers to answer the question “why do you write?” I felt compelled to find and share my reasons.
I use to write poetry all the time and today it felt like the only outlet to share my thoughts.
Recent events have reminded me that it is time to refresh some of my personal security skills.
Check out my appearance in the latest promotional video for TripIt.
While out hiking with the family I took a tumble into a waterfall and strangely enough it taught me several things.
While I never thought I’d ever do a shoe review, there is a first time for everything.
The family and I had fun learning about saving for college and eating tons of free ice cream at the WGBH FunFest.
Please join me in the effort to help #ElectrifyAfrica
Family fun travel to Frederick, Maryland made for a great long weekend.
Come out this Saturday for some ice cream, fun and learning on the next stop of the 2015 U.Fund Dreams Tour, presented by Fidelity & MEFA at the WGBH FunFest.
Ever made a decision that you wish you hadn’t. Did you regret it and wish you could go back and change it?
If it scares you a little bit, it might be the perfect thing to do next. Get out there and enjoy the adventure of life.
Some advice on balancing your kids screen time and sunshine during summer vacation.
Another day and another horrific crime committed because we continue to hate people who are different than us.
Thursday morning and my head is full of thoughts on a variety of topics.
After plenty of soul searching, I think I’ve come to realize that teaching is more important to me than I ever knew.
The fresh spring air has me craving outdoors time.
Once again Misfitcon has occurred and once again it has had a profound effect on my life and all who took part.
A quiet morning has me reflecting on how much I love having stable and fast Internet in my house so that things run smoother.
Last night, I took part in a panel to discuss “The Once and Future PR Professional” put on by the Publicity Club of New England and hosted by SHIFT Communications.
It was an intimate conversation that covered a lot of ground.
I was honored to be on the panel with Steve Quigley from Boston University, Erica Seidel of The Connective Good and Liz Segran from Fast Company. We were moderated by Amy Lyons, President at SHIFT and she did a great job keeping the conversation flowing and everything on track.
We discussed how colleges need to evolve to insure that students are graduating with the skills the marketplaceRead Full Post
I have a new found appreciation for the ballet after getting invited to a sneak preview of the latest work from The Boston Ballet.
A random pile of wood in the woods or something more. You decide.
Being called Professor Chapman for the first time was an absolute thrill. Here is what I learned in my first semester as an adjunct professor at Bentley University.
During #GiveLocal15, I was on site to document and share throughout the day. Now that this successful national day of giving is over, I wanted to share some of the great marketing work I saw from nonprofits around the country.
Advice on how to get better results from the photographs you are taking on your phone.
Photographs I took on a walk around San Francisco this weekend.