By Kelmscott Communications on 4/23/2013 10:25 AM

This past week I had the thrill of being dad for the day. This is the once a year event where mommy goes to a retreat for one night, and the four kids get treated to the way life would be if I were a 40-year-old full-time college student.

The large decisions over this two-day span center around what type of fast food we will be eating. It is the running family joke, when mom goes away dad serves us Ding Dongs in a bowl covered with milk for breakfast. It's like Candy Land with movies all weekend long.

By Kelmscott Communications on 4/18/2013 10:24 AM

I must admit that I am saddened anytime I see another newspaper close down or printer shutter due to lack of demand. I also am sad to think of a world where all communication happens on a small screen with our raw emotions being transmitted through our opposable thumbs.

The world of communications and marketing has moved to an electronic world where we reach our consumers and prospects on their handheld devices as they walk up and down the aisle at the supermarket.

By Kelmscott Communications on 4/8/2013 10:23 AM

The mother asked her son how he was going to watch SpongeBob, and her son replied, “I don't know, why do you care?”

She said, “I’m trying to tell a group of marketers how a young boy will watch SpongeBob, will you watch it online, from the DVR, your phone, the iPad or another source?”

The boy replied, “I still don't understand - I’m going to watch SpongeBob.”