My sister, brother-in-law and their four boys are at my parents this week for Passover. I was there this Friday night through Saturday night. So I played Monopoly with my two oldest nephews. I think they are 12 and 9. I totally destroyed them. I bought several properties. Then I made an offer to my
Yes, Second Life is Nuts! I once gave it a try in November of last year, but after it wasting literally 4 hours of my time without blinking, I had to drop it cold turkey. During those wasted hours, I tried to build things. Simple things like balls, cones, boxes. I couldn’t imagine building out
I was listening to the radio this morning and I remember that I always wanted to learn how to play the guitar. Never really did. Of course, I know a few songs here and there from memory and friends. But I never learned notes, etc. However, I always felt that I would be good at
First! First! First! at Chris Pirillo, spotted via Twitter is hilarious for any blogger. Basically, there are those who don’t write at blogs but comment at blogs. Some always want to be the first person to comment at the most important posts across the industry. You know who I am talking about…. You know… Check
Things should be slow here over the next week or so… Why? (1) Passover is throughout Tuesday night. Monday and Tuesday, I will be offline again. (2) SES NY starts Tuesday. I will miss the first day, but I will be covering the conference with the rest of the crew starting Wednesday. It will last
This goes back a bit… Ask.com’s Bloglines was annoying one day, so I decided to pin Bloglines vs. Google Reader. Ultimately Bloglines won because Google Reader has performance issues in Safari. So I set Google Reader as my backup RSS reader. But that all changed recently… After hearing Google Reader fixed the Safari memory leak,
Achhhh…. Just got in from STL this AM. I actually parked my car in daily parking, which turned out to be a smart move. In any event, waking up at 4:30am, getting on a flight to LGA that takes about two hours and landing in NY at about 9:15am is not much to complain about.
This is the April 2nd issue of a daily post that will contain links to commentary of the posts over at the Search Engine Roundtable. All links I find throughout the day that ad some commentary to the posts written over at the Search Engine Roundtable, will be in the Daily Link Finds. The purpose