Joltin’ Joe DiMaggio was one of the greatest athletes in baseball (if not all of American) history, not only because of his tremendous athletic accomplishments but for the character and bearing for which he was so widely admired. Even though he died in 1999, he has much to teach bloggers and other online publishers about […]
Our family took in the 2013 Nolensville Historic District Buttercup Festival earlier this month, and had the quintessential small-town good time. There was a classic mix of old (picking up a journal from the Nolensville Historical Society) and new (my youngest son trying a Greek roast sandwich from one of the food trucks on a […]
A surprising headline just came from the Tennessean, which reports this morning that the town of Nolensville has fired police chief Paul Rigsby and officer Troy Buckley.
In what amounts to a nice step forward for public safety, it looks like the National Weather Service is engaging online advertising networks to insert banner ads warning of severe weather, based on a reader’s location. Earlier today while checking on my hockey blog, On The Forecheck, I noticed the banner ad you see to […]
So I just finished reading Nate Silver’s The Signal and the Noise, and I have to say it’s one of the more thought-provoking non-fiction reads I’ve enjoyed in quite a while, offering insights which I intend to integrate into my hockey writing more often. Anyone whose writing involves making predictions or forecasts could benefit from […]