Welcome! You’ve found David Rodeback’s online digest of writings and thoughts. Here you’ll encounter themes of enduring consequence and themes of no discernible consequence. Please savor the wheat (if any is to be found), blow away the chaff (of which there is plenty), and enjoy both if you can. Thanks for reading.
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If you’re a long-time reader, you may wonder about my old blog at LocalCommentary.com. It’s still there, but it’s been dormant for years, and I’m gradually adapting and moving some of the highlights to my current sites, as appropriate.
If you’re looking for posts on digital marketing, which has been all or part of my day job for the last decade or so, there’s a separate site for that too. I call it Sensible Digital Marketing, but the URL is DavidRodeback.marketing. That’s not dot-com, dot-org, dot-net, or dot-US, but dot-marketing; strange new world, eh? It’s been a while since I posted there; I’ll be posting more soon, I hope.
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Allow me to explain. For me these themes are bendable light. They shine around the corners of my days, as Jerry Spinelli’s Stargirl does for her young admirer. Perhaps something here will brighten your day too.
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