Monthly Archives: November 2010

Picture perfect shoot

The Daytona Beach Spring Break History Project held a casting call for people between 18-30 on Tuesday, Nov. 16, so how could I miss it? I remember Daytona Beach being THE destination. Somewhere down the line, whether it was the police crackdowns or Miami’s draw, the crowds stopped coming. It’s not what it used to […]

Numb for NaNoWriMo

I hadn’t noticed that the National Novel Writing Month website now has a nifty tool to track your progress. While it’s fantastic, it also reminds me I have lots more to do. For instance, I need to write 2,475 words a day to reach the total 50,000-word goal. Uh huh. But onward! My Cambridge-based BFF […]

TM Forum/Management World Americas

I took a moment away from shipping Florida Press Club awards to attend the TM Forum/Management World Americas event at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort (where we had our 2009 FPC banquet*) in Orlando. The people at SmartMark Communications had kindly asked to host a breakfast for the members of the Florida Press Club, but […]

More quick tidbits

More quick bites: Our intern put the winners online: http://www.floridapressclub.org/Contest/win2010-1.html. Jennifer wrote a very sad resignation letter for our front page. I camped in Melbourne Beach over the weekend with my lovely college friends and met some new friends through them during our annual celebration of my friend Bonnie’s birthday (You might have seen her […]

Slow down, life!

Suddenly getting an upgrade to president — did I mention that? — means 10x the work. (Sorry NaNoWriMo!) If you won an award, e-mail me your address, and I’ll send it to you as soon as I can. If you haven’t noticed, I also added a Localyte badge to the site. Check it out!

FPC banquet concludes, and NaNoWriMo begins

Yours truly had a very fun (but exhausting) weekend with the Florida Press Club, so brevity is essential at this point. I went straight to work after my drive from St. Pete Beach, and today I had to pay our plaque guy and organize receipts before going to work again. In no particular order: Thank […]