This American Life is my favorite radio program on Chicago public radio (WBEZ). It’s success has spawned a television show (Showtime) in the same format — a theme to each episode and a variety of stories on that theme.
The Newberry Library in Chicago is not just a research institution. They have a thriving series
of adult education seminars, certainly on par with quality college courses. I particularly like
the writing and poetry workshops taught by Brooke Bergan.
Frontrunner/Frontwalkers Chicago is a running club for Chicago’s LGBT community. We meet
at the totem pole at Addison in Lincoln Park. Frontrunners is associated with Proud to Run,
a 10K, 5K and 2 mile fun walk that takes place on Gay Pride weekend every June.
Here’s my Linked in profile. From my perspective, Linked in is one of the best ways to connect with people—business to business.
I am often confused with Steve Starr Studios. I am not the Steve Starr of Steve Starr Studios. Enough said…
Ian’s Blog belongs to my brilliant, talented, humorous, philosophical nephew. Ian pontificates
on the development of software and life as seen through the eyes of a proficient computer programmer working for SourceGear.
David Whyte is one of my favorite living poets. His company, Many Rivers Company, publishes his work and administers David’s busy speaking and touring schedule.
I’ve been reading The Sun magazine for a number of years. It is an independent, ad-free literary magazine that invokes the splendor and heartache of being human. Each issue includes an interview with an innovative thinker in the political, social or philosophical arena.
Nicholas Carr is a social media observer/critic and self-professed technology junkie. He most recently wrote "The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains." He is both an astute observer and participant in technological advancement and I follow him because he is interested in the ways the internet is changing our mental functions.
Foresite Sustainable Business Alliance supports members in integrating sustainable business practices to generate a more profitable, environmentally respectful, and socially responsible Chicago economy.
Links related to web development, search engine optimization and other information for web designers.
Resources for clients including design-related services.
Miscellaneous links for the link curious.
This Is Not A Blog contains essays, short stories and poetry by Stephen B. Starr.
This is really the only one I use consistently.