In our January magazine, I lamented the demise of printed [...]
Our January 2012 issue highlighted some of the ways that [...]
We admit: The audio on this thing is truly awful. And we introduced the podcast with a song. It’s supposed to be funny, but we have a weird sense of humor. We had fun with the podcasts in those days, because we were pretty sure that none of you listened.
For me a newspaper on newsprint still offers something more — the opportunity to stumble across something I didn’t know I needed to know. Like the story I read the other day about the death by brain damage of a 28-year-old Minnesota hockey player, or the story about why Army wound up beating Navy for the 1944 college football championship.
Remember when mailing newsletters was the most efficient way to update your neighbors, members and customers? With a stamp and paper and everything?
We love interacting with our neighbors on social media, and the web features so many of these virtual "front porches." Here's how we at the Advocate are using some of those places right now.
Social media can forge relationships, improve efficiency, boost business and promote safety in the neighborhood. But not everyone's on board.
Did you read our January 2012 issue cover story and wonder, What's a friend and a follow, let alone a tweet and a check-in? Here's a little help.
You can now read your favorite neighborhood magazine with our [...]
If you flipped through the print version of November’s magazine, you [...]
In a way, Steve Jobs’ life has become a kind of ideal, a measuring stick for the rest of us slogging along life’s pothole-filled highway. How much of a positive impact do we need to have on others so that we are judged to have “made our mark” and lived a worthwhile life?
For our August 2011 cover story, editor Keri Mitchell dug [...]