JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 26: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – The American Railroad Error Episode 26: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – The American Railroad Error. This podcast explores the question: Are online connections valid compared to face-to-face connections? Enjoy and please subscribe to my YouTube channel or subscribe to all of my blog posts (scroll to the bottom of this page, click the red FOLLOW button in the “Follow … Continue reading JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 26: Better Online/Better Face-to-Face – The American Railroad Error
I decided to go to the local WordPress holiday party. Nice people, great snacks and beer, love the Exchange Building where it was hosted. Most of the attendees of these events are either developers or run WordPress related-businesses. I’m neither. I’m a writer who inconsistently blogs. As if I wasn’t feeling a little odd-man-out enough a fellow said hi, asked me what I do and … Continue reading Et tu, WordPress?
JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 6: Digital Evidence of My Misspent “Youth.” Taco Beach, in Long Beach CA… There’s a reason I have such fond memories of the place and why I haven’t quite found it’s replacement here in Orlando. Links to digital evidence: I’m not fond of what feels like a lack of organization with the image stored on flickr, but at the present this … Continue reading JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 6: Digital Evidence of My Misspent “Youth”
I haven’t been blogging for months… which would be obvious to anyone paying attention. So imagine my frustration because I decided as my first project to begin working on creating a photography blog site and after almost a week of work am still trying to figure out why nothing works. I’d been thinking about this for some time and looked at WordPress themes months and … Continue reading Blogging Isn’t Supposed to be This Hard
Day One Done The IV has been unplugged, a little sock put on my hand to protect it over-night and the nurse has left for the day. Well, I survived that one with a lot of hand holding by Tricia and support from her family (and all my friends reading this and sending your well-wishes). So far no side effects, no additional discomfort and not … Continue reading Treatments Begin
I’ve been wondering how to tell this tale without my usually overly long narrative. I don’t know that there’s a way to do this without getting into to much detail. Apologies to those who may have heard bits of this story already… I do tend to tell my stories beginning with the history lesson aspect to it. Sorry… Let me break that pattern by saying … Continue reading More Than a Pinched Nerve
Originally posted 11/25/2011 This time last year I was spending a conspiratorial week traveling from Orlando to Southern California and then up to Northern California and back with my brother and his bride-to-be to do their wedding. It was meant to be in secret for reasons that escape me at the moment but the plot had been uncovered by older sister Kathie earlier in November, … Continue reading Many Thanks Indeed 2011 – Reissued
Why do we do what we do? Some might respond that asking such questions is a typical first-world problem, that it’s the modern equivalent to trying to figure out how many angels can dance on the head because with so many people going hungry in the world and in our own country, how dare we waste time entertaining such things as “motivation.” It should be pretty damn clear that we do what we do so that we can feed ourselves and our families and keep out the dangers of the outer world. It’s all about higher and higher levels of survival. Once you have enough bread for the day, then you need to make sure that you have enough bread for the week and then once you have that you need to make sure that you never go without having enough bread. But can one ever have enough bread?
Happy merry xmas to all my emdt homies…