Author Archives: Rachel Lamb

Wednesday, December 9th – Virtual Holiday Party

Description Instead of having a December guest speaker, we will be hosting a virtual holiday party on Zoom! The highlight for the evening will be our Creative Sharing time. During this time, we want to invite our members and guests … Continue reading

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Recordings for November Meeting

Thanks to our fantastic speaker tonight, we were able to record the talk and post it here! Please pay extra attention to Maggie’s disclaimers in the beginning. Mosaic Theory of Information Security: For Writers November 11th, 2020 – Maggie Fero … Continue reading

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Wednesday, November 11th – Mosaic Theory of Information Security: For Writers

Speaker: Maggie Fero Description In finance, a concept called mosaic theory says that non-material information in sufficient quantities can be combined to constitute useful information. Investment analysts using this principle combine non-material information to develop significant insights into companies’ upcoming … Continue reading

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Recordings for August, September, and October Meetings

As many of you know, we’ve been running our meetings virtually for the last few months. With the gracious permission of our fantastic speakers, we’ve been able to record their presentations! I’m happy now to post the recordings for the … Continue reading

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Wednesday, October 14th – Tell Your Story the Walt Disney World Way: Adding Disney Imagineering to Your Technical Communication Toolbox

Speaker: Lou Prosperi Description Since the opening of Disneyland in 1955, Disney’s Imagineers have been entertaining audiences of all ages at Disney parks around the world by bringing stories to life through immersive and engaging experiences. From 1955 through today, … Continue reading

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