Category Archives: Texas

#11 Social media can help or hurt; it’s all about how you use it

Social media, particularly as they relate to your business or your organization, was the topic of today’s big blogcast on Gone to Texas with Nelson Duffle of the Duffle Group.  And by social media, we are talking about such places … Continue reading

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#10 Veletta Forsythe Lill on the Dallas Arts District and the state of arts funding in Texas

Our show today not only was timely, but it also has a personal nature. Our guest was Veletta Forsythe Lill, former Dallas City Council member and current Executive Director of the Dallas Arts District.  And although she and I call … Continue reading

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#8 Open Blog Friday, the Carrington Effect and other stuff

It’s been quite a week here at the ranch, which is why we haven’t had a show since Monday.  Not only did we do a show that afternoon, but a few hours later, I was a guest on “Together Again … Continue reading

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#6 Open Blog Friday: Japan earthquake, solar flares, gas boycott and more

Are solar flares responsible for epilepsy seizures and earthquakes? NASA has just an amazing image of the March 9  powerful solar flare, an X1.5-class explosion from the behemoth sunspot 1166 around 2323 UT, that would be 5:23pm Central time two … Continue reading

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#5 A blog talk tour of Texas Independence with Bryan Frazier of TPWD

I think I’d better explain for our non-Texan listeners why March and April are important months for us here in the Lone Star state. And just so you don’t think I have all of this information in my head, I’m … Continue reading

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#4 Homeowners Associations: Whose rights are right?

Some people see homeowners associations as vile beasts that prey upon the elderly, the unsuspecting, and anyone wishing to live in a neighborhood without broken-down cars, unsightly lawn jockeys, pink flamingos, or someone’s drunken Uncle Harry who likes to sit … Continue reading

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#3 Lent and its meaning for 21st Century Christians

On today’s big Blogcast (listen by clicking here), Fr. Serge Veselinovich of Sts. Constantine and Helen Serbian Orthodox Church in Galveston, Texas, the oldest Orthodox parish in the state, talked about Lent and what it means to 21st century Christians. … Continue reading

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