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Today Mary Anne Moorman, story strategist extraordinaire, was in OfficeXpats and explained Strategic Storytelling. At its core is the Story Wheel: Layup > situation > means > flaws > triumph! Also: keep it short. 3 minutes! speak from the heart. Vilnerability … Continue reading
I work out of OfficeXpats, a coworking and events space here on Bainbridge Island. There are many useful workshops and networking events going on here all the time, both repeating and one-off, and I often have difficulty keeping track of … Continue reading
I am getting ready for the Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit taking place this weekend in Seattle. I’m looking forward to it – should be fun to feed my inner geek by delving into Drupal, the open source software platform that … Continue reading
I am honored to have my photos featured in photo exhibit adorning the OfficeXpats One Year Done celebration
I have always enjoyed taking pictures and get alot of pleasure out of my own photographs, but have never really made too much of an effort to show them to other people except via flickr and my moo cards. So … Continue reading
I live on Bainbridge Island, and the way to get to and from Seattle from here is via ferry. Although I’ve lived here for years I’ve never had to commute into Seattle before and now want to start preparing myself … Continue reading
If there is one book that needs to be in the local public library on the importance of Open Source in Civil Society, what would it be? Add your comments to this post. I am open to all suggestions – … Continue reading
Originally uploaded by thomas pix. I absolutely love this idea! Probably totally obvious to many but not to me! I’m gonna try this. Thomas’s instructions for making it out of an old bucket, newspaper and some seeds are here, and … Continue reading
OK, this article in the Christian Science Monitor makes me very happy. Vienna gives a gender change to its signs and I think it’s a wonderful idea that other communities – including Bainbridge island – should follow. I can totally … Continue reading
Yesterday I was invited to give a talk about Kabissa to the Rotary Club of Bainbridge Island. It was a pleasure to participate in one of their weekly meetings and to learn more about how the Club functions and contributes … Continue reading
On February 3rd, 2007, Judy Brown and Tobias Eigen hosted a well attended “Africa Potluck” on Bainbridge Island. In this photo, Liz Trautman, Kabissa Member Relations Manager, tells stories about the important work of Kabissa members and their use of … Continue reading