Way back in the day, and I mean waaayyy back, Anthony Cartouche and I used to do programs in BASIC on a teletype machine with a 300-baud modem. We kept our files on paper punch tape. Anthony's blog is Yazoo Street Scandal. Anthony [not his real name] and his pals cover happenings in the Cleveland area, usually with a left-wing rock-and-roll point of view.
Andy is another old friend of mine. He was a pioneer, I guess you'd say, in the Tremont section of Cleveland. He runs a bar, The Literary Cafe . (Because it's on Literary Avenue.) It's a local hot-spot for artistic and musical types. Andy also runs SPONGI, a site for video artists.
Jason Kottke is semi-famous in the bloggosphere, and since I worked with him at TBMA for a couple of years I can link to him here. Maybe he'll link back and I can be famous, too.
Elyse Carter is the art director at SHU and a good friend. I'm helping her on this site and a few other projects.
Costa Rodis is an old college bud of mine. His dad was my european history prof. If you're in the Bergen County area and need some PC work done, give him a look.
TransitionWorks grew out of John Harvey's efforts to facilitate career transition dialogue and workshops in the Maplewood/South Orange area. The original Career Transition Network community grew to over 300 members, and the dialogue continued, and it became clear that there is an intense need for something much broader than a job-hunt program. A perspective and framework for dealing with change could provide more lasting insights and tools that could be used over and over again.
Jon Teall is a former colleague of mine from TBMA. I designed and built the site for his PR firm.