Dispatches From the Front Lines of the Culture War
William R. Coughlan is one of the founders of Tohubohu Productions (so even on pictures he doesn’t direct, he can squeeze in an Executive Producer credit) and in-house video producer for The Advisory Board Company. He dabbles in screenwriting, acting, 3-D animation, and writing autobiographical comments in the third person. He is also a published illustrator, has provided schematic graphics for several HBS case studies, designed the acclaimed Protégé clay poker chip line, wrote for the (now-dormant) online literary magazine Inkblots, and acts as editor for the MotherReader weblog (which is not-so-coincidentally written by his wife). He currently resides at a secret compound in Burke, Virginia, with his wife Pam and their two daughters.
- Flashback Time
- And Now... Codeword Secret
- Stuff That Only Pisses Off a Typographer
- The Future Is Coming Back
- David Beckham in LA
- Poetic Justice in Action
- Gosh, Does That Suck!
- Wackity-Schmackity Doo!
- Gullibility Reigns Supreme
- I Tried, I Really Tried
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Oh, and one more thing: The commenting function is here for everyone’s benefit, so play nice, or it’ll be taken away. And just so everybody’s clear: I accept no responsibility for what anyone may write there — I don’t monitor things 24/7, and even if I did, I figure it’s probably a dangerous precedent to set. Post and read at your own risk. Still, if I don’t like something, it’s gone. And keep in mind that your posting becomes my property, meaning I can republish, edit, delete, or modify it at will; doesn’t mean I can claim credit for your intellectual work, but it does mean that I have absolute editorial control if I choose to exercise it (which is not required). I’ll make a reasonable effort not to radically alter the meaning or tone of your work, but that’s my prerogative. Don’t like that policy? Get your own weblog and you can do whatever you want, but this is my house.
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