Away my little birdies! Away!

When nobody is returning calls, particularly with regard to the La Jolla rhinestone bracelet incident, Twitter is a great way to fill the time.

Posting links to some of my stories led to myself and Burrill Strong (@sgtwolverine) having an interesting side conversation about whether someone with cognitive disability should carry a credit card with five-figure and above spending limits and it got me thinking of how the families of the disabled in general consider … restricting certain things (not sure if that’s the best word).

With editor Erica McClain’s support, we launched a nice multimedia retrospective on Dexter’s Civil War Days event, which includes two videos and more than a dozen high quality photos.

It takes much more time, but visually rich storytelling is worth the time, especially when there are canons and rifles involved. If only every event and meeting we covered involved some sort of Michael Bay-like explosion!

Want to drop in and see the magic happen? Stop by the Community Media Lab from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays or send me an email at sdalton@heritage.com, or even holler at me on Twitter @seankdalton.

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