Showing posts from October, 2019

Throwback Thursday for the Brodosi's

When my boys were born, my wife and I put our lives into perspective.  We had 18 birthdays, Thanksgivings and Christmases before our kids became adults.  We had no idea how fast they would grow or how vastly different they would become.

Here are a couple of throwback photos for this week!

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David Brodosi is an experienced team leader with a demonstrated history of success in the higher education industry. Skilled employer Relations, Nonprofit Organizations, Career Development, Coaching, Conflict Resolution, and instructional design. David Brodosi provides guidance on tech strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, course development, and faculty design support services. Mr Brodosi is…

Lost Alaska Photos

Back in the early 2k's  I went on a trip with some friends to Alaska to do some skiing.  Waht an amazing trip.  Here are a few photos that I found. 



Great Big Story’s mission statement reads as follows: “We believe there is magic in the world and it’s our mission in life to help you discover it. We search for stories showing a sense of optimism for the world…because goodness can grow through the smallest cracks in the sidewalk.”

How they help us discover the world’s magic is through video: short, professionally produced videos about people and phenomena all over the world, stories that will pique your curiosity and give you the sense of wonder about the world. Videos can be browsed by themes like Human Condition, Planet Earth, and Flavors (yep, all about food), or in curated playlists. There’s one on being a travel writer, one about a people in the great outdoors, and one on the accidental invention of the best snack food ever.

Video is becoming a well-respected form of “text” that can be consumed and analyzed as deeply as any print text, so collections like these should become a part of your scho…