The Interesting History of the English Language
Whan that Auerylle with his shoures soote The droghte of March / hath perced to the rooteAnd bathed euery veyne in […]
Sustainability Incentives for Small Businesses in the Inflation Reduction Act
In August of 2022, Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which included a wide array of tax incentives to promote […]
ChatGPT and its Place in Content Marketing
The science fiction of the 1960s and 70s predicted many technology trends we now take for granted. The “communicators” used […]
Defining Nostalgia—Disease or Emotion?
On August 25, 1768, a ship carrying 94 Royal Navy sailors left Plymouth, England with 18 months of provisions. On […]
Curiosity Killed the Cat?
Sometime towards the end of the Middle Ages, there lived a very special cat. For the purpose of this fictitious […]
Using Social Networks to Build Belief
In 2020, almost twice as many people logged onto Reddit as subscribed to a newspaper. The number of people who […]
Offsetting Emissions With Carbon Credits
A couple of weeks ago, we wrote about the carbon neutral certification process and how businesses measure emissions. In this […]
What Does It Mean To Be Carbon Neutral?
The climate crisis can only be addressed by changing how consumers and businesses operate. As sustainability is a core component […]
Adam, Eve, and the Apple: The Power of a Single Word
Contrary to popular belief, Eve never handed Adam an “apple” in the Garden of Eden. This might be surprising to […]
Is PCW Recycled Paper the Holy Grail of Sustainability?
Increasingly, our clients are requesting papers with recycled content. At face value, it seems like a sustainability home run; but […]
Toilet Paper’s Environmental Impact Stinks
If I were to ask you to identify the world’s largest undisturbed old growth forest, what would you guess? Does […]
FWIW, OK Once Made People LOL
I’m OK with modern terms like TBH, LOL, and OG. Yes, in some contexts they look odd and out of […]
Monuments and Memory
It’s a classic movie plot. A careless treasure hunter digs up an ancient power that should not have been disturbed. […]
Chances are, you’re reading this post on a telephoenician.
“Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans.” This line, […]