Creator, Arts In Wilmington/ Broker, Intracoastal Realty
Craig Stinson wears dual hats: He runs Arts In Wilmington, a calendar of regional arts events and opportunities, and works for Intracoastal Realty. He navigates those two worlds with the aid of his trusty laptop and smartphone “though my most important piece of technology is a bit more analog. I keep a Moleskine Cahier journal with me at all times. If I have something to remember or an idea, it goes in there.”
Besides local publications, he regularly reads Vanity Fair
, The Atlantic
and The Economist
Online, he checks out sites for the entities he created: Arts In Wilmington
and Arts Friendly
. “I am on the Intracoastal Realty
site all the time. I love Seth Godin’s daily blog.”
Stinson’s favorite podcast is NPR’s Fresh Air with Terry Gross
“because it’s always interesting,” as well as FiveThirtyEight’s Politics Podcast
and Social Media Marketing.
He is always reading a few books at a time. In his current rotation: The Plot Against America
by Philip Roth, New Seeds of Contemplation
by Thomas Merton and How to Write Copy That Sells
by Ray Edwards.
In the apps world, he uses a lot of the Google
for arts and real estate work; and Amazon
’s cart feature to keep track of books he might want to read.