Posts related to Historical Perspective
Old articles from earlier versions of Anthurian.com, resurrected for posterity’s sake.
07 April 2010 - Can PR and Blogging peacefully coexist?
Continuing my “Historical Perspective” series, this article was originally published on August 27, 2003 at a time when more and more PR professionals were starting to take their first steps into the Blogosphere. This was before the Global PR Blogweek and at a time when corporations were starting to realize the potential (for better or […]
19 March 2010 - Lost Masterpieces
Continuing my “Historical Perspective” series, this article was originally posted on October 17th, 2003. The other day Kenny asked a group of us what we would consider our favorite “underrated” albums. As I’ve pointed out before, Kenny has a music (mostly rock) collection that far outstrips my own but I did manage to come up […]
12 March 2010 - Moral Responsibility
This is another piece for the “Historical Perspective” section (from March 11th, 2003) which I wasn’t originally planning on re-running until I came across this post on the Consumerist about an AMC theater banning children under 6 from attending R-rated movies after 6pm. Last night, Curtiss gave David and I a free movie pass to […]
12 March 2010 - Wanna Buy a Web Site? A Primer
Continuing my “Historical Perspective” series, this article was originally posted on February 10th, 2003. With the benefit of over 7 years of hindsight, I would probably have done a better job explaining things but, for newbies to the Web, I still think this is a valid high-level primer. I received an email from a business […]
11 March 2010 - “To Infinity — and Beyond!” or has The Claw got ahold of us?
Another installment in my “Historical Perspective” series. With the benefit of hindsight, I think the original title to the article is kinda dopey but, for the sake of being true to re-running the posts as they originally existed, I’ve left it intact. This post originally ran on September 17th, 2002. I’m perusing this Web site […]