Archive for July, 2008

A few days into my new life in Chicago and I already know that I’m going to be really happy here. Thank you to everyone who got in touch with me to see how things are going. Here’s a quick update:

The following entry was written for the Edelman Digital blog. At the start of the month, I enjoyed reading Steve’s Ad Age article about Digital Nomads. In his post, he said that as employees connected by technology and social networks, we’re becoming incredibly mobile. A few weeks later, I’m suddenly experiencing this first hand. Last […]

This summer I’m commuting to the city for my job as Director of Alumni Programs at Camp Broadway. The mornings that I commute, my mom drives me to the train, and every morning it’s the same. We get there, say goodbye, and as I’m stepping out, she shouts, “Sarah, do you have cash?” “No,” I […]

I went to see this summer’s most promising mindless action movies this week, Wanted. It’s about this miserable nobody who suddenly has his life turned upside down when he is recruited into a secret society of assassins and discovers he has a natural gift for shooting people in a dramatic fashion and looking hot and […]

As I’m sure you’ve heard us mention before, we bloggers here at OASL are what people are calling “digital natives.”  Lately, however, we’ve also been realizing that there are a number of folks out there who are being reborn digitally. Check out this classic example: Friend of mine and prominent vlogger, Steve Garfield, just informed […]