wise elephant, making it happen


By Sara McGuyer • Jun 17th, 2010 • Category: Loose Ends

Wise Elephant, along with some really sharp thinkers/writers/doers, recently started a side project called Sundayed. Jason Moriber had a vision for a site that would publish content to sink your teeth into, the good stuff you have time to savor on a lazy Sunday afternoon. After talking with others and recruiting contributors, sundayed launched with the basic premise of delivering provocative weekend reading.


The content in the first week included a personal story about birthday melancholy by Francine McKenna, a piece on the Ontological-Hysteric Theater by Timothy Braun and a futuristic lesson from Ben Kunz. The second edition included a book review of The Shallows by Maximio Zeledon, a piece about monetizing passion for college football by Scott Henderson and my own story about losing a friend. You can expect more of this: all ranges of topics, intended to spark thought for your weekend enjoyment. Look for posts from Jason, Sheila Shidnia, Renata Lemos and more in the coming weeks.

Please stop by Sundayed, comment on a post or send us a note telling us what you think. We’re also open to new contributors. Send us an email to info @ sundayed.com with your name, brief bio, and a description of the posts you’d like to contribute

Other ways to show Sundayed some love:
Grab the RSS feed
Follow @Sundayed on twitter
Like on Facebook

About Sundayed:

Sundayed.com is a short menu of provocative weekend reading.  It’s a platform for our contributors to discuss/illustrate/define/opine on topics that relate to their current arena. The themes are “in the now,” relevant to what is happening in their lives. The tone is based on what you’d expect from Sunday newspaper editorials, but with a little more juice. We’ll also feature posts about thought leaders, heroes, and influencers.

Sara McGuyer is an account strategist with Wise Elephant and marketing director/board member for the Indianapolis International Film Festival. Find her on twitter http://twitter.com/sara_mc
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