A current project update: STEM Curriculum

As a company we believe in giving back to the community. Even as we continue with our launch and grow we are making efforts to be continue being good members of our community. To that end we have been working on a series of STEM related media offerings for all ages and are pleased to announce that today we have started editing the ‘proof of concept’ preliminary media offerings.

These first versions are of a lower production value than the final offerings will be but are allowing us to test the general concepts and also elicit feedback as to where we need to make changes to make the information as accessible as possible. For anyone interested in learning more about this project or participating in the beta testing of the materials please email us at


We will post some previews as we continue to develop the program.


Boston Book Fest Recap

The Boston Book Fest was amazing, as always. The panels we were able to attend were informative and fantastically produced.

In ‘The Plot Conjurers’ we watched as writers formed a plot from audience suggestions. A story about a Cajun singer who turned to magic in New England to escape her past emerged quickly. I do wish she had stolen the ice cream truck full of drugs, but that’s a story for another character…

We also got to see a panel concentrating on the Dulles brothers and their contribution to our current political environment and our current world policies. Though it was an autobiographical panel it does give a fiction author an idea of what massive scope a persons life can really hold.

Lastly, we saw ‘The Rise and Fall of Nations’. The focus here was on the method that China used to get where they are and the methods they are using to stay where the are politically and economically on the world stage. Again, for the fiction writer this is about scope, and for me personally looking at the way in which our world has formed itself sheds great light on my own future world building.

Beyond the panels we mingled with authors and chatted with people using literature to help the community, which we will keep you updated on as we explore more ways that we to can continue being good members of the community.

Again, a fantastic day, and if you were there drop us a line and let us know how it was for you!

Interested in Architecture?

There is a great place here on the internet to learn a bit about the life of architecture students, and really architecture in general, hosted by a student local to me that I quite enjoy. Life of an Architecture Student is fun and informative. In honesty even if all you are looking to do is recapture your college days or see what you are in for when you get there check this out. Beyond the insights in to architectural specific academic trials and tribulations you’ll find information relevant to the college experience in general.

The posts of completed and in progress projects is also quite an experience. These students will be designing the buildings of tomorrow and it’s great to see what they have in mind as they form their opinions of style, form, and function as they hone their practical skills. It is really an entertaining and informative site for everyone interested in architecture and life of the modern college student.


Shawn Prashaw