I’ve taken the plunge and am on the standing desk kick. I have been asked about it no less than 30 times, so I’m putting it in writing. For my health. I’ve made a lot of lifestyle changes over the last year. I’ve lost fifty pounds so far. This is just another small step to… Continue reading I’m now using a Standing Desk
Psychologists have demonstrated over the past 80 years a social reality that telling other people your personal goals makes them less likely to happen. When you tell someone your goal, most people react with great support. I’m going to quit smoking! I’m going to start running! I’m going to lose weight! That is wonderful, John! … Continue reading Quit Telling People Your Personal Goals
Well, maybe not all you can eat – but all you can fly for a month for one price! http://www.jetblue.com/aycj/ If you’ve wanted to fly around the country but didn’t think it was affordable, this is a really good deal. If you wanted to save even more money, you should try Couch Surfing to save… Continue reading Awesome deal from JetBlue: All you can eat for one low price!
Section508.gov does not like being crawled by Bing. Google seems fine. Guess the feds really do have it in for Microsoft…
Original by JohnStover Say it isn’t so! After just a little more than a year since we Waved hello, the announcment has come from Googleblog that Google Wave will not continue as a standalone product. Urs goes on to mention that the code is largely available as open source so customers and partners can continue… Continue reading Wave Goodbye to Google Wave
An OFNG is as an Old Fat Naked Guy. I think the acronym is appropriate. Say the letters out loud quickly, and you’ll hear why it’s appropriate. Oh F’n Gee. There was another OFNG sighting at the gym this morning. That brings me to today’s topic. There are some things that cannot be ‘unseen’. Most… Continue reading Some Things Cannot be Unseen
I have a relative getting of prison after serving quite a few years. While he’s had occasional access to computers, he has not had access to the Internet. No email, no web, no video, no social networking. No connection. He has never used the Internet. He’s heard about, talked about, and has a general concept… Continue reading Seven Steps: How Do You Teach Someone the Internet?
From rob at The Aquaman Shrine – http://www.aquamanshrine.com/2010/05/sg.html
I finally broke down and purchased an iPad. I know, I know. How did I possibly hold out for an entire month before I purchased one. Well, it was very difficult. I love gadgets. I have 4 laptops, 2 desktops, 1 netbook, a Kindle, an iPad, and an iPhone in the house right now. To… Continue reading iPad better than Kindle