One of my favorite books about remote work, The Year Without Pants, is now free on Amazon Kindle at the request of the author, Scott Berkun. You don’t need a Kindle to read it, just the Kindle app and an Amazon account. I liked it so much when I first read it, I even blogged... Continue Reading →
I miss blogging. I miss the community we had with blogging. I just published this blog post. And it felt great.
When a student gets your reference to an "old song," it makes you think the kids will make it someday.
Supposedly there's a decent-sized storm heading this way. All basketball games and kids activities have been cancelled for tomorrow. The fridge and freezer are stocked. The semester starts on Tuesday, and we're off on Monday for the MLK Holiday. Here's a few things on my to-do list for the weekend: Finish Harry Potter and the... Continue Reading →
I posted this on Facebook, but figured I would also post it here to preserve it for good measure (plus I got an itch for actually publishing something on this cob-web-infested blog). I received the following email from a student that I helped with some research: Good Morning Chad, Within 3 clicks I found... Continue Reading →
https://flic.kr/p/5kQdJf I finally just finished reading Scott Berkun's wonderful book "The Year Without Pants: WordPress.com and the Future of Work." I've been reading it for a while, and even re-reading some parts. At my library, we are planning on changing and consolidating some service points over the next few years, which has some folks concerned... Continue Reading →
It's hard to believe I've been blogging for 10 years. To keep this blog, and my online presence, going for the next 10 years, I'll be branching out beyond just libraries and tech to write and share about many of my other interests including gadgets, gaming, the great outdoors, photography, music, and fitness.
This spam I received to my work email account made me laugh. Not only am I happily married, I also have a fond appreciation for timeliness.
2014 was a good year, though when I look back, there were things that I enjoy that I didn't do nearly enough. We won't call these resolutions, but merely ideas for things I'd like to do more of in the coming year. 1. Take my wife out for more dates 2. Take the family on... Continue Reading →