I read Seth Godin’s stuff whenever I can. He writes and thinks well and is bold and timely. He has massive influence, can see ahead, and understands more than he writes about. He writes and sells books in a new way about the same stuff he gives away for free on his blog, but just [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Work'
May 27th, 2007 · 2 Responses
March 12th, 2007 · 4 Responses
And he rebuilt his own website…with a little help.
Nick LaVecchia Photography
Stoli didn’t help a bit.
March 6th, 2007 · 22 Responses
I will start with an apology to the likes of Aaron Draplin and other Portlanders who are unhappy with (…or LEERY of…) the Vermontification of Oregon. I guess when you combine enough transplants from one area of the country in a new one, they begin to recreate the societal norms of the zone they hailed [...]
January 22nd, 2007 · 7 Responses
Here I sit, on the eve of a snowsports tradeshow in the cheesiest town in America…Vegas. What makes people think this is the perfect place to do business? The friggin’ Excalibur Hotel and Casino? No wireless, $11.99 for ethernet.
It feels like a bit of a return to a world that’s probably not changed that much [...]
January 15th, 2007 · 7 Responses
So, is every service worth paying for also worth learning to do yourself?
In an ideal world, yes.
What’s an ideal world?
One where reality allows enough time to do everything you want to do, freely, without cost.
What’s the sad reality of life in the United States for a white, college-educated male of 33 in the year 2007?