It’s been a while (way too long) since I released any books, so this is good news. The bad news for fans of my fiction is this will be a non-fiction book. It’s called Content Marketing for the Technical Company, and it’s all about how tech companies (B2B) should be … Continue reading
Of course police lives matter.
Let’s be clear about the post I wrote last night. It wasn’t telling people not to support police. It wasn’t about cheering on the Dallas sniper. It wasn’t really all that much about what happened in Dallas at all.
When I said I don’t want … Continue reading
I don’t want to see anything that says “Police Lives Matter” in the next 24 hours.
Here’s the thing–Cop Lives Matter, or even All Lives Matter is a reaction to Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is different from both because, as one of my friends so pointedly put it, … Continue reading
For state governments, a budget surplus plan usually involves figuring out ways to waste the money. A number of years ago, before the great recession, I remember an Arizona state politician stating publicly that they were “having trouble finding ways to spend all the money.”
My family has been involved in scouting since probably the late 1940s. My grandfather was a neighborhood commissioner, the equivalent to today’s unit commissioner. My father was a scout, I was a scout, and my son was a scout. I have a lot to say about the scouting program and … Continue reading
This is a preemptive public statement that I completely disavow any desire to be affiliated in any way with Angry Puppies or Rabid Puppies in their current or any future incarnation. Regarding my current and future works of fiction or non-fiction, if anything of mine appears on a puppy slate … Continue reading
Occasionally in life, one goes through certain struggles. When those struggles involve family, it really makes you stop and assess everything.
A week ago, my oldest daughter was in an auto accident. The rear driver-side tire blew. She went into a spin on a normally busy freeway, and the front … Continue reading
I finally got around to cleaning out all the broken links from past blog posts. Most of the links les to 404 errors, and in some cases the domain was gone. Gotta expect that with the internet. Anyway, if an old post seems like it’s missing something, that might be … Continue reading
A Trip to the Moon
More like a trip into the past
Netflix recently added on the streaming side the 1902 silent … Continue reading
This past weekend, we returned from a five day four night stay in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was the first time we had been back since we moved from Sunnyvale to Scottsdale fifteen years ago. Some things were very different, but much was the same.
We lived … Continue reading