Monthly Archives: June 2016

Who Do You Love: Pocahontas or Mr. Potter?

I have kids, so I’ve seen Disney’s Pocahontas movie. Who was Pocahontas? Hard to know for sure, since no record of her own words exists. Based on historical consensus, she was a courageous peace-maker who saved a white man from … READ MORE

Off Road Rules for New Media

We’re in the midst of a season of reinvention. Media and communications are changing at an unprecedented rate. From Facebook’s algorithm becoming the world’s most influential news source, to the “Tonight on Donald Trump” live coverage of the Twitter-crazed presumptive nominee, … READ MORE

Inciting A Victory For Nurses

The Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA) is a 50 year-old union proudly representing the 3,300 nurses at the Stanford Hospitals. Unlike some Silicon Valley employees, Stanford nurses aren’t lured to their jobs by catered vegan lunches or stock … READ MORE

Strength in Numbers for Children 0 to 5

Even if you aren’t a basketball fan, Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors have captivated the country with their dazzling artistry. Their Strength in Numbers rallying cry is more than a marketing ploy: the call reinforces that despite Curry’s extraordinary … READ MORE