When I travelled to New York in mid August of 2021 I was expecting great things from the “new” LaGuardia Airport. I travelled using Delta Airlines and arrived in Terminal D. While it was a big improvement from the pervious terminals, I didn’t see anything mind blowing or worthy of a first-world airport in the […]
Are cars for suckers? Given the huge expense of vehicles in the U.S. and cultural shift due to the Coronavirus pandemic you might think that. I do. And I own 2 cars.
Want to buy a new iPad Air and pay nothing for it? Kill your voice service. It’s possible — right now. I show you the tools and tricks to make it happen and fatten your wallet.
Growing up, my mother and Grandmother made a special pasta dish just for Christmas Eve dinner. Being young, I didn’t realize what made this pasta special, but I knew it was reserved for a special occasion…
Working nomadically is a challenge — a challenge to create multiple streams of income, a challenge to direct your life in a way that will enable freedom. I outline to to do it – LOCALLY.
Working in a home office and need some company but not sure if a dog will be a good fit?
So yeah, I look like a NUT. It was November 14th in Houston and it was 30 degrees. I had already walked 3 miles and went to a Tai Chi class. After class it was dark and I started to walk home. A few things I noticed about this night that stood out.
When my uncle passed away recently I decided to setup a memorial Facebook Group for him. A combination of media elements in Facebook Groups lets you build a full picture of the person you are memorializing. See what I built.
With content generation happening at ludicrous speed, you must make time to keep up. Since I bought my iPad last year I have found it more and more useful for generating content on-the-run. Find out what’s in my bag and how I operate.
I went to Denver for the first time in late 2011 and it was everything I expected: beautiful landscapes with inner-city counter-culture edginess. Armed with my Canon T2i and Canon Powershot SD790IS, I took to the streets and hills.
Growing up in New Haven, Connecticut, there were so many great pizza restaurants around. At the time, I didn’t realize how special they really were, and how difficult it is to create a great pizza. The secret, I found out, is in the spicy sauce and thin crust.
First impressions using Twitter – how it’s different than Facebook status, and why it appeals to the voyeur in all of us.