Last week I reviewed Qlubb, a social collaboration web service, as a tool for improving communication within dance studios. I was fortunate to correspond directly with Sophia Chiang, CEO and founder of Qlubb, and express some of my thoughts on the site and its service. I was happy to learn that a calendar feature (which, […]
Archives for November 2008
I hope all of you in the U.S. are having a happy holiday. The holiday season is, of course, a busy one for everyone. I wanted to let everyone know that I will be taking a little break from writing new material for the blog until after the new year. In addition to my […]
As I wander through the internet, I often come across services and websites that provide organizational services. In fact, there are probably thousands of online tools that promise to make your life easier, run more efficiently, and solve any number of dilemmas. Occasionally, I find items that I think may be of use to my […]
Dance doesn’t happen in a void. New work is influenced by its surroundings, as well as the dances and work that has come before. You can trace a line throughout history of dancers and choreographers who have influenced future generations. The connections are like thread woven through intricate fabric. Dance for the masses – what […]
Our members are our number one priority and what I know from the many conversations I’ve had no matter where they are located; studio owners face many of the same challenges. Having launched our site in the spring of 2008, we are thrilled at the positive response, and that studio owners know that our site is a resource for them no matter where they are located. The information is available to them 24/7/365.
Decisions, Decisions Parents often agonize each year about what to get for the vast number of people that work among, care for, and interact with their children on a regular basis. School teachers, coaches, dance instructors, den mothers, classroom aides, daycare workers, on and on and on! If you are a parent wrestling with what […]