As the tragedy at the Sago mine in West Virginia unfolded on our televisions and front pages in January of 2006, I’m certain we all wondered how the story could have become such a terrific example of corporate media-relations bungling.
My life at times feels like one long experiment in whatever the reverse of “aversion therapy” is in regard to bugs. Particularly spiders. I can tolerate spiders up to 3/4″ in span, but once they get bigger than that I
They don’t call. They make promises they know they’ll never keep. They stand you up, repeatedly. Bad boyfriend! Bad! But they’re charming, and their promise-making is so very seductive that you forget, in the moment, that what they’re telling you is
Richmond, VA – Dec. 15, 2006 – Imagine being able to hire the best employees for your company, and not caring where they live. Karen Jackson, Director of the Virginia Office of Telework Promotion and Broadband assistance, asked the central