Each year I post a year in review/resolutions blog post. This site is my journal, and I use it to keep track on what past me has done.
I was kind of a big deal you know…in the late 1990’s, my words were regularly read by over a million people each month. I appeared on podcasts, and in video interviews. As a lifelong wrestling fan, I got to live a dream. Then that dream stopped being fun, and for nearly a decade I stopped watching wrestling.
Every year I write a blog post that’s about a review of the previous year, and goals for the current year. This post is one of the few posts I write every year that is for an audience of one. They’re for future me, and I post them publicly so I have some accountability, and… Continue reading 2017 in Review, and 2018 Resolutions
2015 has come to a close, and with it, I reflect on the awesome stuff that came true last year.
Star Wars has been a big part of my life, and the lives of my generation. I’ve thought a lot about what that means, and these are my thoughts.
Thursday September 3rd is officially my last day at the Info-Tech Research Group where I have been since December 2006. I had a blast in my eight years, eight months and twenty four days, but it’s time to move on. I’m incredibly grateful for everything that Info-Tech did for me. We were able to move from Ajax… Continue reading Good Bye Info-Tech
While it feels like just yesterday we were trudging through mountains of snow, it’s already June, and I’m wondering what it is exactly I’ve accomplished half way through the year. What did I get done so far this year? We had a pretty fun family vacation back in February when we took the kids to Las… Continue reading First Half of 2015 Report
I have decided to move on from Info-Tech and am embarking on a new career as a digital strategist. My new venture is called NorthIQ Business Solutions.
I’m getting pretty tired of saying goodbye to my friends at work. Unfortunately it’s one of the realities of being a long time veteran at a place. Before Info-Tech, my longest tenure at a place was five years. I’m in my ninth year here right now though. Yesterday I said goodbye to Mark Litnewski, a guy… Continue reading Mark is not really the worst
I’ve pretty much perfected my hardware setup at this point, it does the job well, and never leaves me looking for more.