Why Eliminating the Headphone Jack is the Wrong Call

The rumor mill has already begun speculating what new features and form factors will be in the iPhone 7 when it is released next year. As an Apple fan, I follow them with some interest, but I don’t assume that these guesses are correct until I see some hard evidence. There is one rumor, however, … Continue reading Why Eliminating the Headphone Jack is the Wrong Call

The Dangers of Going Through Records – Grace in Remembering

You ever go through paperwork or files and get reminded of something awful? Happened to me the other day. As I get older, I am feeling the need to simplify. Get rid of clutter. Part of that is manifesting in a renewed desire to go paperless. I've been an Evernote user for a while, and, … Continue reading The Dangers of Going Through Records – Grace in Remembering

Five Ideas a Day

Last week, I read my favorite weekly online article, How I Work. It appears every Wednesday on Lifehacker. I am truly fascinated by the tools and methods successful people use to do what they do. The article featured James Altucher, author and investor. Among the tech tools and tips he mentions, one idea really stood … Continue reading Five Ideas a Day

New Old Chevys and Banged Up Guitars

My family and I were driving the other day, and we saw a really cool '57 Chevy. Now, I am by no means a car guy. As a kid, I liked cars. I drew cars. I collected Matchbox cars. But today... not so much. Nevertheless, this car was cool. I noticed that this particular car … Continue reading New Old Chevys and Banged Up Guitars

Seven Tools I Use to Blog in Bursts

I tweeted an article a while back that wrote about Seth Godin concerning blogging. Seth Godin is a marketing guru, author, entrepreneur, and blogger. The article talked about the fact that Seth writes every day. Whether it is drafting, tweaking, posting, or reviewing potential posts, he does SOMETHING every day. If you're like me, time … Continue reading Seven Tools I Use to Blog in Bursts

How Do You Commute?

In my new job, I have a 30-minute commute. Not terribly difficult, but a little longer than I'm used to. I could shoot down the road with my radio blaring, but I choose as best I can to redeem my time. Here's how I start my mornings... Get informed. I do put on my radio … Continue reading How Do You Commute?