We know USA Baseball is on inSide919's radar this summer. It's on our radar too.
We're proud to be serving the young athletes lunches, snacks and dinners this summer. It's exciting to be part of these training events and tryouts where young men and women are competing for the US Olympics and professional baseball opportunities
Jenn Hernley our sales manager, consulted with her teenage son to get some tips for the menus. We've prepared Italian…
Here’s the history of two decades in one sentence: If the past 10 years have been about discovering post-institutional social models on the Web, then the next 10 years will be
about applying them to the real world.
This story is about the next 10 years.
Transformative change happens when industries democratize, when they’re ripped the sole domain of companies, governments, and other institutions and handed over to regular folks. The internet democratized publishing,… Read More
Added by Andrew Hill on June 29, 2010 at 3:16pm —
While I was driving to the mall, last week, one of my neighbors called my cell phone and asked if my son could possibly take her trash can to the curb for her, since she and her husband were out of town. My son, who was sitting in the car and heard the conversation, promptly agreed to help.
We got to the mall, shopped and talked, drank coffee, ate dinner and took my daughter to the play area; by the time we got home, we pulled directly into the garage and completely forgot about the… Read More
This week I continue my travel mini-series with a resource you may find valuable if you're flying to your summer vacation destination.
If you plan to fly, it’s no secret that the price will drop two days after you buy the ticket.
I highly recommend YAPTA.com, which is an airlines fare-checker. Your Amazing Personal Travel Assistant (YAPTA) is a free-of-charge website that helps you check airfares for various airlines, and will… Read More
You can tell a big holiday is about to happen because all the tents full of fireworks are set up in the parking lots of most any mall or shopping center in our area. We are fixin’ to have a truly AMERICAN CELEBRATION!
I recently received an e-mail describing in great detail what really happened to the signers of the Declaration of Independence that describes their many tales of woe. It got me thinking. I had never heard these stories before so I decided…
The past few days it has been late spring cleaning time at the Carrington-Smiths. With two very busy months behind, one kid ready to travel and two more eager to start their summer fun, April cleaning has had no choice but become June cleaning.
My daughter, typically unwilling to attend chores she could help with but hell-bent on mastering tasks out of her league, begged for a chance at proving her domestic skills. After careful pondering and a lot of negotiations – to include… Read More
Recently as a small business accounting & tax professional I was asked this:
“I like to work with youth. I starting to bring on some 'shadowers' from the local high school program. I'd like to start a scholarship fund. As a small business owner, is there a way I can set this up where I can deposit a percentage of my business income tax-deferred? If not... there should be.”
Contributions to a scholarship fund are charitable… Read More
Medicare recently published an interesting study linking public reaction to television broadcasts—after TV news outlets included a report on the flu season in their programming, there was an 8% hike in immunizations immediately following the story.
They also discovered that there was a much higher increase in immunization when two certain words were used in the story.
What where those two words? “Delay” and “Shortage”
I spent the past weekend in Washington DC on a trip to our nation’s capital to see the sights and celebrate my father-in-law’s birthday and father’s day. It was also a quest to see just how much fluid a human can perspire in a day and how much one can wear off the bottom of a pair of shoes when walking about 10 thousand miles in 96 hours.
It was a wonderfully tiring journey taking in all the sights, especially the special behind the scenes tour of the Capital Building,…
I'm posting this poem as a call to the elements for peaceful rains. Wasn't it just a little while ago we heard complaints about too many days of gray skies and rainy weather? Now in the heat of early summer we're longing for those showers to return to feed the crops and renew our spirits.…
The 5 person panel will share expertise and answer questions on “Creating Visibility in the Marketplace - The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly” at Cary BNC from 11:30am – 2:00pm Friday, June 25th. Fee $10 includes a light lunch.
June 21, 2010 - Raleigh, NC: Looking for better solutions to enhance your visibility in the marketplace? If so, Dancing Elephants Achievement Group and Inside919 have partnered to bring you the best panel of…
“I want to feel passion, I want to feel pain. I want to weep at the sound of your name. Come make me laugh, come make me cry…just make me feel alive” ~ Joey Lauren Adams
Sometimes I don’t think we realize how much we enjoy drama – even those of us who claim to denounce it completely. We love and fear it at the same time, mixing an intoxicating cocktail that speeds the heart and inebriates the mind. Even if many of us will never own up to it, we welcome drama in our lives, for… Read More