As I mentioned in my last post, I am just months away from becoming a first-time uncle. This is an exciting time for my family as I'm sure you can imagine. We can't be more thrilled with the idea of having a baby to spoil rotten (as I am a massive Disney nerd, that kid … Continue reading Awkward Conversations: Please Don’t Post Pictures of My Kids Online
I don't post a whole lot of personal stuff here but this news it too exciting to keep to myself: I'M GOING TO BE AN UNCLE! While this isn't exactly brand spanking new news, I'm finally allowed to talk about it. My youngest sister is expecting her first child and it's a super exciting time … Continue reading Digital Parenting 101: Preparing Your Kids For the Online World
In late October of this year Twitter introduced a new way for its 500 million users to interact with one another by launching Twitter Polls. While Twitter has always offered ways for users to gather information and opinions through hashtags or simply having users cast their vote through either retweet or favorites, this new polling … Continue reading Twitter Polls Become Cyberbullying Tool
Tonight on Glee, the cast says goodbye to Cory. And the world says their goodbyes to Finn. It’s not going to be an easy night.
I was like many others this morning. I woke up to the news that Glee actor Cory Monteith had died in his hotel room in Vancouver. I find myself at a loss.
I met Cory a little over two years ago when the Glee tour was stopped in Boston. I was walking through the TD Garden on my way to catch a train when a friend working on the crew stopped me to say hi. We chatted for a bit and he asked if I wanted to meet some of the people from Glee. I was a freshly minted Gleek at that point so the idea seemed like a good one. The meet and greet had just ended and Cory, Kevin and Naya were just hanging out as the meet and greet just ended.
My friend introduced me and they were all so wonderful. I remember talking with Cory about…
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