Hi, my name is Hannah Stonehouse Hudson. I am speaker, writer, and photographer.  I love virtual communities and the power they can have to do good things in the world. I also know that these virtual communities can be completely overwhelming if you are at the center of the internet storm, and have no idea what to do, or how to handle it.

Like many people, I have had so many crazy things happen in my life that I don’t know where I would be without these events.  Whether it’s a world famous photo or losing my husband unexpectedly and inheriting a truly amazing amount of fake bait – I have been in constant internet chaos for many, many years.

I am at my best in chaos- and viral events (and the power of virtual communities) are what make me geek out.  Having been through multiple “viral events” (both personal and professional) – I am uniquely qualified to help you or your organization through viral mayhem.

About this site:

I started this site a few years ago as an outlet for my dark humor after my husband died – but what I found is that the writings that resonated with people the most were the ones that made us all feel less alone.  These stories of inspiration, hope, and positive change are what I love collecting.

As the years have gone on, I’ve been able to help people and organizations deal with social media when something bad happens – and that has included a TEDx talk on social media and the power of virtual communities.  Now I am able to speak to all kinds of organizations about that and help develop plans if something happens in the future!

Welcome to my quirky world.  Life is short – I hope I can inspire you to live life fully and do good things!

 

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  1. Melissa
    May 1, 2014 at 10:42 pm (3 years ago)

    Love your quirky, funny take on life, Hannah – I try to inspire people with humor, too – makes all the difference in working through what life throws at us. Kudos on your speaking, photography, writing, etc.!
    Melissa

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  2. Vienna Aubert
    January 27, 2015 at 10:53 am (2 years ago)

    I have a special needs dog; a product of poor breeding practices causing her to have genetic health problems.
    Bella is “an Italian Greyhound,” she has no eyes. Bella is loved by all and an inspiration. She’s 13.5 years old…
    Please stop by and visit her FaceBook page which is called:
    From Bella, With Love

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