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Community Breathes In, Breathes Out.

Community Breathes In, Breathes Out.

Communities, like any civilization or organization, are born, live, and fade. To focus on how communities live, one must consider how they breathe. As persons enter a community, they are drawn in with long, life-giving breath. The lungs of gathering fill and persons interact intensely, vibrantly, like tiny little oxygen molecules do their tiny dance. … Continue reading

How Companies Should Respond II: Government Edition

How Companies Should Respond II: Government Edition

Last week I wrote about Minute Maid’s clever, Ghostbusters reference-laden response to my request to bring back Ecto-Cooler. Seems like it’s not only corporations who are giving out clever responses. So is the government. In December, a petition of a required 25,000+ names went forward to the White House to ask them to build a … Continue reading

Why do improv festivals?

I’ve returned from the Gainesville Improv Festival a little tired and a lot satisfied. First some diary, then some reflection: I ended up doing two shows, one “Uncle Ukulele” and one jam. My solo performance on Thursday had some fun highlights and while I don’t believe it was the best show I’ve done, it picked … Continue reading