If you work in tech then I’m sure you are familiar with the question of “what computer should I get” and outside of “will you fix my printer” it’s probably the one I get asked most often. What you might find odd is I am a software developer building web applications. I honestly don’t keep […]Read more "What computer should I get?"
Growing up my family would travel somewhere in the southeast every weekend to race motocross. This went on from the early 1990’s to around 2002 when I eventually quit racing. I have so many great memories from that time of my life and met some amazing people along the way. Last week my dad was […]Read more "Old Racing Pictures"
AeroPress was invented back in 2005 and a few years ago it felt to me like it hit critical mass and everyone was using them. I finally decided to get one for making quick cups of coffee but in my first few attempts, my results have been fairly lackluster. I talked to some friends, mainly Chris […]Read more "AeroPress Recipes"
A few months ago I had a conversation with a few online friends about writing and after a few hours of the back and forth we decided to start a Slack group where we could all have a place to communicate, ask for feedback, and hang out. A few weeks later and I decided to […]Read more "Basecamping With Friends"
Both lanes packed with cars as far as you can see and there is always that one person on the inside lane going a hundred miles an hour trying jump in the tiny gap before they crash into the back of the slower car. Of course, I’m guilty myself and trying to change by remembering […]Read more "Every Busy Two Lane Interstate in America"
Austin Kleon giving a talk on 10 things to stay creative in our chaotic times: Every day is Groundhog Day Build a bliss station Forget the noun, do the verb Make gifts The ordinary + extra attention = the extraordinary Art is for life You are allowed to change your mind When in doubt, tidy […]Read more "How to Keep Going – Austin Kleon"
I joined Twitter almost a decade ago and it’s changed a lot over the years. In the beginning, you’d see the fail whale more than you should, they added official support for retweets, likes, and offended all 3rd party developers multiple times. One of the worst moves for me was where they added the, “you may […]Read more "On Social Media, A Chronological Feed is Never Coming Back"