Henry Powderly

Journalist, Editor

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Now That Was One Intense Blizzard

Now That Was One Intense Blizzard

Posted on 18 Feb 2013 in Blog, Journalism | 0 comments

Shame on me for thinking that the East Coast deserved a longer storm reprieve following Hurricane Sandy’s assault on the region. Yet once again I found my hometown right in the center of a major weather disaster that crippled our infrastructure. The Blizzard of 2013, or Nemo, didn’t exactly come by surprise, but nobody expected […]

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In With The New Year (a.k.a. Hell Yeah 2013)

Posted on 02 Jan 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Don’t take the tone of the headline to mean I had a terrible 2012. Far from it, in fact, but taking a broader look at the how the world fared in 2012, it was a very hard year filled with brutal wars, devastating storms and political unrest – not the mention our obnoxious insanity over […]

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A Wish This Christmas

Posted on 25 Dec 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

I’m a lucky man. I’ve spent the last 24 hours surrounded by family and I’ve watched my little girls get showered with presents and love by those closest to them. But this Christmas, I must admit, I greet with a little sadness, knowing that across the Long Island Sound so many families are mourning a […]

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How Many Social Networks Can One Man Join?

Posted on 26 Nov 2012 in Blog, Journalism | 0 comments

There is no shortage of social networks, in fact, it seems like a new one emerges every time the app store refreshes on my smartphone. But the question remains: How many can a person actually join and keep updated? The answer, of course, depends entirely on a person’s lifestyle and motivations for sharing on social […]

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Hurricane Sandy: A close-to-home disaster

Posted on 11 Nov 2012 in Blog, Journalism | 0 comments

It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Sandy battered Long Island and much of the East Coast of the United States, and life still hasn’t gotten back to normal here. Power outages that once stood just under 1 million are down to a few thousand, though those who remain in the dark have had to endure […]

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