Today, I am 29 years old. I don’t feel any older, but the ever-appearing gray hairs I’m getting say otherwise. If you had asked me ten years ago where I thought I’d be at Age 29, I doubt I would have been able to say that I’d be where I am.
This photo was taken outside the offices of PowerServe in Augusta, GA on November 27, 2007. This beautiful scene stayed in place and gradually shifted through shades of orange and pink for nearly a half hour. It was one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen in my life. (View more photos in this set.) […]
Received this via email from my friend Erik, and thought it was worth sharing here because I love the idea: When you are making out your Christmas card list this year, please include the following: A Recovering American Soldier C/O Walter Reed Army Medical Center 6900 Georgia Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20307-5001 God bless our […]
What the Web Standards Project did for the web, the Email Standards Project hopes to do for email. This new initiative, which launched today (11.28.07 @ 10am, Sydney Australia time) is one I fully support. HTML Email can serve a legitimate purpose, and it’s about time this sort of advocacy took place. I hope you’ll […]
On this day, we are reminded to be thankful. I am thankful for my wife and son, my family, my friends, my job and awesome coworkers, and for God – without Him, we have nothing. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.
Some minor site-related news: Decreasing Load Time – I’ve been trying to get the site to run faster. I’ve installed several caching solutions (including WP Super Cache) and enabled articles to be gzipped, and so far the site seems more responsive to me. I’m hoping to have some time to play this weekend and remove […]
New “Cloverfield” trailer posted online. Still has fans scratching their heads asking, “WTF?”
Pushin’ Pixels is a new tumblr-powered blog I’ve setup, to help eliminate some of the extra “fluff” I’ve been introducing to this site. From now on asides, quotes, links, etc. will be featured on Pushin’ Pixels. This will help me to refocus on adding more in-depth articles in the future. Speaking of which, my schedule […]
The Nerd Handbook. Required reading, if you ask me.
Top 100 Mac Apps from the Lockergnome, Chris Pirillo.