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Jeff Bliss

Former Central Coast resident Jeff Bliss is currently a communications consultant/media analyst who resides in the Bay Area.

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Saving for a rainy day

BY JEFF BLISS We have become 99 percent money mad. The method of living at home modestly and within our income, laying a little by systematically for the proverbial rainy day which is due to come, can almost be listed among the lost arts. – George Washington Carver The kind of common fiscal sense Mr. […]... (Continue Reading)

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The Legacy of Warren Baker

BY JEFF BLISS San Luis Obispo is really two “towns” when you look at it (three if you include the nearby Men’s Colony prison): the almost 43,000-strong city that is SLO and its neighbor, Cal Poly – a bustling campus with more than 19,000 students and thousands more faculty and staff there serving them. Last […]... (Continue Reading)

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Let’s do launch: A new approach to the old business of news

BY JEFF BLISS Is it tougher to be part of a big launch or to be there when an enterprise meets its end? That’s the question I find myself thinking about as this new “New Media” outlet bravely steps out into nothingness. I’m sure this expanded and revamped CalCoastNews — as with most untried ventures — is equal parts devil-may-care courage, overwhelming... (Continue Reading)

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