More than a Memory: 9/11 Tributes Strengthen the American Spirit

“The events of September 11 grow distant in time, but they remain vivid in the memory of our nation and in the hearts of those who suffered such a great loss.”—Laura Bush Almost surreal, time’s traveled 12 years since the day that changed it all, and America’s well adjusted to the new normal known as […]

Trending News Monday: Driver Charged in Train Crash

Happy trending news Monday! If you were caught up enjoying baseball, hot dogs and apple pie this weekend and missed the hot headlines, have no fear. Today, Our Space brings you some of this weekend’s top news stories. Train Crash Driver Charged Yesterday, Francisco Jose Garzon Amo was charged with negligent homicide–the train he was […]

2012: In Memoriam

As 2012 comes to a close, we thought it best to take a look back on some of the legends we’ve lost this past year. NEIL ARMSTRONG An American icon, Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon, which he famously stated to be “one giant leap for mankind.” Armstrong actually went […]

Two for Tuesday: Delicate Technology…

Sandy takes down Huffington Post, Gawker websites, the headline reads.  What does SEO mean now?  Not much. In light of Sandy – nothing seems important enough to feature.  I weakly offer, as a two for Tuesday, that these two massive websites with all their bells and whistles – don’t hold a candle to Mother Nature. […]

Creative Inspiration

So true—I always say—if it wasn’t for the last minute, nothing would get done.  Creativity cannot be forced, but you can prime the pump. One of my favorite ways to do that is to peruse the Internet and all its offerings. I have literally Googled, “Beautiful Pictures” before, wherein a flood of fabulous images from all […]