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Radial Development Group

April 13 · Issue #55 · View online

Our thoughts on running a company, tech insight, news, and nerd life.

Hello –
We redecorated and rearranged, but without the dust, spackle or paint. Or new furniture.
A little news first: Stephanie, my newsletter writing and editing partner, left Radial in March. She was one of Radial’s earliest employees. She was a valued member of our team, supporting, coaching and mentoring others.
Stephanie and I are both former journalists. She did broadcast. I did print. She left to become a developer. I left to work in public relations and marketing. We have different approaches, and our backgrounds complemented one another. Also, she’s a developer and she taught me easier ways to navigate tech. I’ll miss our weekly collaborations.
The newsletter is a work in progress. The sales and management teams and I will try out some new things and hang onto some others.
Read on. And please drop me a line,, to tell me your ideas and what you’d like to see more or less of.
Be well,

Chip shortages will continue to affect emerging technology. There’s just no way around it.
• The speed of a person’s speech varies from 125-400 words per minutes. Auctioneers – and people who read the legal stuff at the end of drug and car commercials – talk the fastest.
• A teenage gorilla in Chicago is getting too much screen time and he ignores his roommates. Sound familiar?
• Miss the sound of typewriter keys? Tetris? old ringtones? Visit the sound museum. It even has the annoying screech of a dial-up connection you can listen to again and again to remind you of AOL and the 1990s.
Radial for good
From its inception 40 years ago, Alternatives to Violence offers services to adults and children experiencing domestic violence. An April 26 breakfast brings victims advocates together to support the nonprofit’s efforts, including emergency services and housing resources. 
To attend, visit EventBrite. For sponsorship details, contact Rosemarie Massaro,
A side note: Gender-based violence happens everywhere. Technology can be a force for good. Here’s the latest
*Radial boosts nonprofit community events, and is an ATV supporter. For details, contact
Sparking genius
From our friendly neighborhood nerd Ariana F., at Rosabella Consulting:
Sometimes we get so busy trying to help that we forget to ask how to help. Baking a casserole might feel like the thing to do. Asking first opens a conversation about what a person actually needs when life is an uphill slog.
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