My daily sharing of articles I've read that may be of interest to you I'm starting off with one link, it's a full day of City Hall meetings, then Library Board in the evening, so I may not have an opportunity to read much today. In no particular order: Hometown Pride: Financing Big League Arenas - WBUR's nationally syndicated On
A daily list of readings I'm sharing with you In no particular order. Trump is Making Journalism Great Again - Jack Shafer of Politico says Trump removing of media access could make journalism great again. "In his own way, Trump has set us free. Reporters must treat Inauguration Day as a kind of Liberation Day to explore news outside
Selection of articles I've read that I'm sharing with you. In no particular order. Barbara Raue's Mount Forest picks - my friend's mother is blogging in retirement and recently visited Mount Forest, Ontario. She's pick five examples of the town's architecture. I'm fond of Mount Forest, but never spent much time there. It was a regular pit stop for me
I have too many books out from the Hamilton Public Library at this time, and this means my online reading is getting scaled back. Here's some of my more interesting online readings of the best few days. John Yemma of the Christian Science Monitor is always a good read - seriously, I can't think of the last time I didn't
Selection of articles I've read that I'm sharing with you. My blog is now powered using Ghost, and I'm a quick writer in the Markdown language used by Ghost on it's backend. Hopefully, this means I'll be able to get back into the habit of sharing a list of articles I've read recently that may be of interest to you.