“I’m back,” announced David Churbuck in the headline of his latest blog entry. He just recovered from a blogging hiatus and software meltdown that took his site down for a month. I’m glad to have him back because he’s a good writer and I enjoy his rants on technology, religion and New England life.… Read the rest
Our marketing team is hiring actively for a variety of roles.
While I receive recruiting support from our HR/recruiting team, and other members of the marketing team, I try to keep close to all stages of the talent recruiting funnel. (A key responsibility of leading a brand is understanding the talent your brand attracts.)
This post is about the “top” of the recruiting funnel — the resume submission stage.… Read the rest
I love chile peppers. I have eight varieties growing in my garden. I cook with them and eat them straight.
I also love hot sauces. We keep about eight different kinds on a tray on our dining table, like Sriracha, Cholulu, Thai chile, Frank’s and so on.… Read the rest
Our nerves were shot.
Laura had “laughing contractions” during dinner on Thursday, seven days past due date.
We drove to Mt. Sinai Roosevelt Hospital, and our new baby boy came out a couple hours later. No drugs, all natural, just some labor hypnosis podcasts.… Read the rest
Since I was a toddler, I’ve fished Long Island Sound waters most seasons from an outboard runabout. Common catches include bluefish, striped bass, flounder, fluke and (undesirable) sea robins.
I always wanted to try reeling in bluefish and stripers from a sea kayak with light tackle.… Read the rest