I’ve done lots of podcasting in the past. Interview shows, topical education shows, advice shows, etc. Just a few weeks ago I started something new with a couple local friends and I’m absolutely loving it. The background: Last year (2020) two friends of mine and I started a group text in which we would talk […]
More than five years ago I started a marketing company. Today I’m officially leaving it. It took two years to figure out that running a marketing agency wasn’t really my true calling in life and then three years after that to fully come to terms with this truth and act on it. Starting today, I […]
A few weeks back, my good friend Adam Silver invited me to be a guest on his popular WordPress podcast Kitchen Sink WP. Adam’s podcast has been one of my favorites for a long time. It is a short but information packed show, recorded weekly and always entertaining. I was a listener long before I met […]
Started summer classes today. It actually wasn’t too bad. I met some nice people in class. Had lunch with a couple really cool guys and later met another passionate musician which lead to some great conversations. Pleasantly surprising given I had very little hope for this semester. Mowed the lawn for the first time this […]
I totally love my wife’s new blog. She has been documenting the ridiculous antics of our family felines. Pretty hilarious stuff. She has also done an excellent job of photographing the furrballs. Overall a great blog. Mom’s blog is also really good. Plenty of wacky tales from back home and lots of really good pictures. […]
The Sistine Chapel is so cool. I love this awesome site which allows you to view all the art as if you were there. Amazing.
Here is a cute site which shows letters from young children protesting scientists decision to no longer include Pluto in the list of planets.
This Wikipedia article is very interesting. All about the Dunning-Kruger effect which has to do with people under or overestimating their level of competency.
Here is a small flyer for this year’s upcoming WW2 programs, coordinated by Mr. Larry Martin.