Monthly Archives: June 2012
Learn – Create – Share, and help communities to share information more efficiently and effectively, using multiple modes of communication. That’s the mantra of Communify, the brain child and passion of Philip. We got together at the Stone Cup over … Continue reading
For all the movement and opportunity in today’s Chattanooga, there are still economic casualties. I caught up with Sarah at the Stone Cup the day before she moved to Knoxville in search of work. Laid off in the content creation … Continue reading
Creative Misfit (CM). That’s what I am. And apparently I’m not alone because people like me are drawn to places like Chattanooga. The question is, what do we do once we get here. That, in part, was the illuminating discussion … Continue reading
I had heard rumors of their existence but today was my first sighting. Now I pass the secret on to you. A rogue group of civic-minded Chattanoogans are working to enhance the cycling culture of this town. If you are … Continue reading
Congratulations to us. We’ve now officially relaunched as New Chattanooga. We hope to take our site to new levels and this relaunch is just the beginning.
Chattanooga is brilliantly deep in its points of interest and areas of achievement. Under the old New2Chatt regime we latched on to the potential of Pinterest to help us tell the story of this city. We’re proud to say that … Continue reading
A few days ago I was invited to take part in one of Chattanooga’s premier world-stage events, Gig Tank. But more to the point, I was brought into the Gig Tank mixer whereby the idea groups get teamed up with … Continue reading
All great things come to an end, or in this case, sunset. And so it is with New2Chatt. Starting this weekend, please find us at our new address, newChattanooga.net. Thanks for your great support and see you there.
After months of meeting with people from all over Chattanooga, talking, laughing, caffeinating, I’ve developed a canon of understanding, my “rules of Chattanooga” so to speak. To learn more go to Lessons Learned.