Monthly Archives: January 2003

Dialogue – Not Agreement – Is The Sign Of An Effective Newsletter

For those of you old enough to have never seriously considered getting your tongue pierced, you may recall the 1992 US presidential elections, principally involving Bill Clinton, George Bush and Ross Perot. My memory of the specifics is a bit hazy, but one thing about that election has stayed with me. Everywhere you went that year, you’d run into passionate Perot supporters –handing out leaflets, wearing buttons, eager to engage anybody and everybody in a debate on the virtues of […] Click to read more…

 

Leap, And The Net Will Appear

— Julia Cameron, The Artist’s Way As I write this, the thermometer outside my kitchen window reads negative 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit. But that’s not the worst of it. The thermometer inside my kitchen reads 49 degrees, and is slowly dropping. No, it’s not because I’ve finally decided to fully live out the Blue Penguin brand. It’s simply that sometime during the night, the heating system in our house decided to shut itself down. But a newsletter deadline is a newsletter […] Click to read more…