Sascha Brodsky

About the author

Sascha Brodsky is a freelance journalist based in New York City. His work has appeared in The New York Times, the Guardian, the Atlantic, and many other publications. He's a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs. In his spare time, he enjoys bicycling and hiking.

Twiddy & Company Rentals signage

Keeping the Personal Touch in Vacation Rentals Took Technology

Twiddy & Company Realtors of Corolla, NC, founded in 1978, handles rentals for about 1,000 vacation homes in the Outer Banks. The business had been booming, with homes going for an average of about $6,000 per week. Then, the pandemic hit like one of the hurricanes the area is

Woman sitting outside looking at a computer playing the violin

How a Music School Tuned In To Online Classes

When the pandemic hit last spring, Renee Bordner wasn’t sure her business was going to make it. Students at her music school, Note-worthy Experiences, in Sudbury, MA, just outside of Boston, began dropping out as social distancing guidelines kicked in. While she was no stranger to using tech to

Woman sitting at a computer providing IT support

Yes, Your Small Business Can Afford IT Support

Is your office printer broken or your Wi-Fi down? No big deal if you have an IT department, but without in-house tech help, these can be costly and time-consuming problems to solve for a small business.Getting good IT support doesn’t have to mean the expense of hiring a full-time