5 Thing to Listen to to Make Your Commute More Enjoyable

Posted: February 28th, 2013 in Public. No Comments

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For years I lived just down the road from where I worked. Last year I changed jobs and like most others here in my area I entered into the reality that an hour or more of my life each day would be spent getting myself to and from work.

For months I hated my commute. Having never spent significant time commuting daily, I was used to having that time for other things. I felt like precious time was being stolen from me. Each day I felt it influencing my mood negatively.

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The Mind: Building Blocks or Legos?

Posted: February 27th, 2013 in Public. No Comments

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Have you ever had a moment when you saw something familiar but in an all new perspective? I experienced something like that last night while reading. I suddenly saw someone very close to me in a new way. Someone I knew my entire life, yet I failed to see them clearly until that moment in which a book inspired me to change my perspective.

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Redesigning with Analytics

Posted: March 9th, 2011 in Public, Web Development. No Comments

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I code websites for a living. So it’s not a surprise that I hear the question from a lot of people, “So I’m thinking about redesigning my website, what do you think of . . . ?” How people finish that question ranges from color preferences to the benefits of certain technical features. On occasion I offer my advise or my opinion if it’s something I feel strongly about, but the majority of the time my answer is, “I don’t know, have you looked at your analytics?”

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Toddler Hiking Backpack

Posted: March 5th, 2011 in Public. 3 Comments

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Our family enjoys backpacking. For a recent trip we felt it was important that our 2 (nearly 3) year old son begin to carry a few of his own supplies. But we ran into a snag; it’s difficult to find a “real” backpack for a toddler. I checked online for toddler hiking backpacks but was surprised to find nothing. There are plenty of backpacks to carry a toddler in or backpacks made for toddlers to carry, but all were geared for books or school. We needed something with multiple pockets, durable and flexible if he was going to do any hiking with it.

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Fixing the lag with Elgato EyeTV and Nintendo Wii

Posted: September 2nd, 2010 in Tutorials. 4 Comments

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I  came across this tip on a Youtube review for running a Nintendo Wii on iMac using Elgato EyeTV. But since I can’t remember what video it was and have yet to find the solution on any website or forum, I decided to repost it. Hopefully I can save someone else the couple hours it took me to solve the lagging issue with Nintendo Wii running over Elgato EyeTV for Mac.

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