So Long, and Thanks for all the Clicks!

So Long, and Thanks for all the Clicks! This message is long overdue, but I didn’t want to leave without saying goodbye. As faithful readers of the blog know, I took over day to day responsibilities for managing Hoosier Access about a year and a half ago. I came into the task with a board who was excited to keep alive the concept […]The post So Long, and Thanks for all the Clicks! appeared first on Hoosier Access. Read More “So Long, and Thanks for all the Clicks!”

Inspired by Strangers: How to Talk with People While Traveling

Inspired by Strangers: How to Talk with People While Traveling We all meet people on the road—it’s part of the fun of traveling. But for Marc Smith, his meetings on the road are especially intertwined with the trip itself.

Every success and failure of the last 46 years has brought me to today.

Restless, in 2004 I quit my job and opened my own business as an event producer, with no clients and only enough financial backing for three months. Fast forward 200+ events to 2012 where I again felt stuck. I closed my company’s doors and started looking for the “next” thing.

While I looked, I decided to be a tourist in my own city for 30 days. And that project became my “next” thing. I currently travel, go on adventures, and blog full-time. Read More “Inspired by Strangers: How to Talk with People While Traveling”

Pama Frost

Pama Frost Happy New Year! Over the years we have done plenty of experiments with ingredients, often recommending to our readers that it’s okay to adopt a playful attitude of trial and error when it comes to recipes. Sometimes it’s a result of substitutions for not having the right ingredients, but more often it comes down to personal taste. There are recipes that call for very specific proportions, but most of the time it makes more sense to taste the result and adjust as necessary. For instance, adjustments are almost always expected when balancing sweet and sour. One never knows how much acid is present in a volume of citrus juice, and personal taste can affect what you consider “balanced”. We tend to lean toward the sour side, but we understand that some recipes are meant to be sweet. Time and experience can transform your idea of a good cocktail. Today, we Click here and take a bigger gulp of this article. . . Read More “Pama Frost”

Backchannel

Backchannel I have started a newsletter. I’ve been thinking about it for a while. An experiment for now. I’m not the last one to do this but I cant be that far off. I figured I’d better have a go at writing one before it’s just robots doing it.  I only subscribe to a select few myself but […] Read More “Backchannel”

Top Ten Graphic Novels for Teens from 2015!

Top Ten Graphic Novels for Teens from 2015! The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has released its 2016 list of Great Graphic Novels for Teens published in 2015. The committee selected a top ten list and 112 titles overall from 170 official nominations. The sections are books that meet the criteria of both good quality literature and appealing reading for teens 12 […] Read More “Top Ten Graphic Novels for Teens from 2015!”