Baseball Scoring at Game by a Fan

Baseball Scoring 101

Learn the art of scoring a baseball game and tell the story of every at-bat for all the games you attend. Practice watching replays of your favorite games during these pandemic shutdown days.

All sports media professionals need to know the game they want to communicate about. If you scan the Fenway Park press box or media truck area, you’ll find many people keeping score. If you work in baseball media or are looking to and don’t know how to score a game, this post is for you

Boston View by River

Pretty Far From OK

This weekend I decided to take a walk to one of my favorite restaurants. I knew the Parish Cafe wasn’t open but it’s a good walk and I haven’t been down Boylston since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. I was completely saddened and disheartened by what I saw. We are pretty far from OK

Your Own Custom Coding Versus a CSS Framework Design

I have now worked with both responsive CSS frameworks, Bootstrap, and UI Kit, and I have created my custom CSS design. I have learned a lot of design skills in my work experience and classes at Harvard Extension School since I first used Bootstrap and have worked on a few hand-coded projects. With that experience in my pocket, it was a good time to try a UI Kit. Frameworks and custom coding both have their benefits. I choose five things to consider in deciding which is best.

Inbound for Harvard

Two things good marketing should focus on are compliance with privacy laws and inbound marketing efforts

A primary focus of marketing at HSPH was direct mail and at HMS it was rental email lists. I made every effort to move away from these efforts to focus on opt-in email, lead generation forms from social media, search engine marketing, and re-targeting ads.

B.A.A race medal

B.A.A. Races Delayed for Good Reason

The Boston Marathon is special to me in many ways. It is a holiday. Patriot’s Day is one of the special days that celebrates all that is great in Boston. We celebrate the anniversary of the first shots fired in the American Revolution. We celebrate after about a month into the spring season some nice weather is finally starting to come our way. We celebrate the Red Sox we annual open their gates and bars around the area at an absurd early hour to accommodate the special event that is the Boston marathon. We celebrate the athleticism and dedication of all those who run the Boston Marathon on this day. We celebrate being with our friends, family, and neighbors of the city we call home.

Days like this cannot be destroyed nor can they be stopped. This day in 2013 was cut short but Boston stayed strong. Days like this should not be postponed.

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