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About i100x

Jim Killion has served hundreds of nonprofit organizations in the course of his distinguished career. He launched his first digital group in 1995 and has been breaking interactive barriers ever since. Jim was a founder of Killion McCabe & Associates (now KMA Direct Communications), Lightsource, is7, and ur mobile. His career highlights are people. Jim has recruited and mentored scores of remarkable people during his career. Many now lead direct response agencies, creative service firms, and software companies. He and his wife, Kathi, are the proud parents of two daughters and the grandparents of the two most wonderful and remarkable children on planet earth.

First Sight Now Available on Amazon.com

After a decade of writing, editing, procrastinating, and working on other things, James Curtis has finally published his debut novel, First Sight. Available now on Amazon.com, and soon on Apple iTunes/iBooks as well as BarnesandNoble.com, the novel is the first … Continue reading

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The Resurrection Changes Everything

Adrian Warnock, a physician/psychiatrist/charismatic leader/preacher from London, writes: “The credit of Jesus’ righteousness is much larger than the debt of our sin. His account had more positive approval than the negative disapproval that was due to all of us. The … Continue reading

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Walt was on to something

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Happy St. Patrick Valentine’s Day No. 25!

Twenty-five years ago today the Killion family celebrated its first St. Patrick Valentine’s Day . . . a make-good for moving a company and transitioning business while trying to survive on St. Valentine’s Day, 1986. So much water has passed … Continue reading

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Dylan Thomas & Mike Breen: Together @ Last

FERN HILL Dylan Thomas Now as I was young and easy under the apple boughs About the lilting house and happy as the grass was green, The night above the dingle starry, Time let me hail and climb Golden in … Continue reading

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The heartbeat of the Old South.

William Faulkner, marvelously complex and yet relentlessly simple at the same time, was a master of observation and melancholy. The haunting paragraph that opens the second chapter (“June second 1910”) of The Sound and the Fury lingers in the fog of … Continue reading

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Quiet Cal ran deep.

President Calvin Coolidge was known for being a man of few words. The story is told of a Sunday when Mrs. Coolidge was ill and the President went to church alone. Upon returning from the service, Mrs. Coolidge is said … Continue reading

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Delicious and refreshing.

Sometimes you need to cut some holes in your work to bring in more light.

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The sign of good taste.

The following FoxNews story was picked up by the AP and appears in multiple newspapers across America. SAN FRANCISCO — A vintage Coca-Cola sign decorating the side of a San Francisco house is falling flat with some residents. City officials … Continue reading

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Super Bowl Memories

I’ll never forget the first Super Bowl game I attended: XXVII at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena (1993). It created great memories, first and foremost because I was able to take my Dad. He and I, my business partner at … Continue reading

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