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Michael Smith
An attorney providing personal service and practical advice to businesses and nonprofit organizations.
An attorney providing personal service and practical advice to businesses and nonprofit organizations.
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Planning a backpacking trip for next month to the Sampson Mountain Wilderness in the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee.
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Senator Ron Alting is the sponsor of a bill in this year's General Assembly  to designate Say's firefly, Pyractomena angulata, as the state insect of Indiana.

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Just heard the author of this book on the Diane Rehm show.  Sounds like a fascinating read.

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Here's the first part of what will probably be a two- or three-part series of articles about Indiana's new benefit corporation statute passed by this year's General Assembly.   #benefitcorporation     #smallbusiness   #IndianaGeneralAssembly   

Thinking about buying a new handheld GPS for my backpacking trips.  Has anyone used the relatively new Garmin GPSMap 64st?  My old GPS is an earlier model in the GPSMap series, and it seems like a natural replacement.  (I'd love to have one of the GPS units with a built-in camera, but they're a bit pricey for me.)  A feature that caught my eye is Live Tracking -- if you have cell coverage, it uploads your position to the Garmin Connect website.  That would give my wife a bit of comfort when I'm gone for a few days, at least if it works well.  

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The first one may surprise you......

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I ordinarily wouldn't have even paused to play this, but this summer we saw an Abba tribute band at Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's Symphony on the Prairie at Conner Prairie, and it brought back good memories. #connerprairie   #symphonyontheprairie   #indianapolissymphonyorchestra  

Sorry if this question has been asked before, but here goes.  If I'd like to drive traffic to my website (and I would), and I have a blog (which I do), should the blog be (1) a stand alone blog, with a domain different from my website, with links to and from the website; (2) a subdirectory of the website (mywebsite.com/blog); (3) a subdomain of the website (blog.mywebsite.com); or (4) something else?

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Not sure if this qualifies as "Outdoors," but the old Kincaid house in Fishers has been moved to its new locations. Check out these pictures from the Star.
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