Wednesday, March 08, 2006

The Latest from Mr. Dad

Armin Brott -- Mr. Dad himself -- is up to some new stuff that's worth flagging. For starters, he's doing regular dad podcasts, which just tickles me pink. I've had a couple people ask me in recent weeks where Rebel Dad Radio has gone, and I have to admit that it is one of those things that just takes too long to be a serious part of this site. I'll throw podcasts up now and again, but I just don't have the time.

Of course, now that Armin is pulling together slick, professional dad programming, reviving RDR might not be neccessary. His first show features at-home dads, including a conversation with At-Home Dad Handbook author Peter Baylies. (Let it be noted that while the Mr. Dad podcasts are great, my low-quality efforts came first ... Peter and Armin were both kind enough to participate in my early podcasts, and I'll be forever grateful for that.)

In addition, Armin has launched a new site aimed at working dads called Fathers At Work. The site's general argument is that businesses can reap benefits from working to mitigate work-family stress in the dads they employ. It's a great site to have out there (in addition to the ones I wrote about yesterday), especially given the recent concerns about the dearth of working-dad sites.

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