A fiercely proud South Carolina native, Phil has worked with literally dozens of colleges and universities, non-profit groups and business to make our state a better place to live, work and play. He also writes a weekly column about South Carolina for the SC Press Association.
Phil is recognized as one of the early pioneers in the US and globally in the use of the Internet in the civic sector – media, education, politics, governments and non-profits. His work has taken him to over 45 countries.
Image – After World War II, a fierce but civil rivalry developed between Birmingham and Atlanta as to which would become the unofficial Capital of the South. Founded in 1871,... READ MORE
For hundreds of years, we in Western society have thought about things with a lineal and increment mind set. Progress – in society, commerce, science, engineering, etc., – was believed... READ MORE
This is an expanded version of a column that appeared last week in The State newspaper. May 4 marked Gov. Henry McMaster’s 100th day in office. Since there was such a flurry... READ MORE