Toll House Tales: All Fired Up -103

The Journal Writer, Fran, seems to have a nice rapport with her cube mate, Doogie. It’s clear she is struggling to stay on top of the constant streams of communication required in her job and enjoys fun breaks, like the sports chat with Doogie. A message from her buddy and mentor puts a smile on her face…

Background on Jedemi Cafe

Just found out that you can make a little movie out of a PowerPoint presentation. Click on the words in bold to get to an overview of what Jedemi is about: jedemiCafe09_V2 And when you are done, just hit the back key on your browser. If you want a copy… more »


Toll House Tales: All Fired Up -102

Now a visit to the ordinary world… In this case, the day job at TechCo.  This is where we get our first glimpse at what the Journal Writer has been encountering on a daily basis.

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up -101

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up -101  [a Scripel**] The adventure begins… Early morning journal writing, some motivational music and a pre-run ritual…


Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – Background

The following provides some background for the “All Fired Up” episode of the Toll House Tales.  Here you will learn more about Fran, Gayle, Doogie, and Julie. >> Fran is at that 7-year post-college period of time (making her just about to cross the threshold into her 30s). Up to… more »

Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – The Characters

CAST OF CHARACTERS Fran – 29, program manager (PM) with an excellent track record for getting results Doogie – 36, writer/editor in the marketing communications department; dabbles in scriptwriting on the side Julie – 26, market research specialist; first corporate job, determined to make her mark (and climb the ladder)… more »


Toll House Tales: All Fired Up – Intro

THT: All Fired Up – Introduction This is the story about three young women (ranging in age from mid-twenties to mid-thirties) who end up spending an Autumn weekend together at an Oregon beach house. For two of the women, this is a “welcomed” getaway– serving as an excellent opportunity for… more »

Finger Painting App Covers The New Yorker

Another means for expressing your inner creative has been gaining quite a bit of buzz. The cover of the June 1 issue of the New Yorker magazine was created by the iPhone app artist Jorge Colombo, using Brushes. Developed by Steve Sprang, it is a natural media painting application designed… more »