Mile High Music Fest

Tuesday, 22 July 2008, 22:58 | Category : Uncategorized
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I was lucky enough to be able to spend the weekend with 2 of my best friends (Larry and Tara) attending an absolutely amazing music festival – the first annual Mile High Music Festival. Here are just some of the bands that we saw: Day 1: Newton Faulkner – You’d never guess this guy would […]

Lost in Kentucky with Florida Plates

Thursday, 17 July 2008, 22:02 | Category : Life
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So, I often think that NeverLost (from Hertz) or GPS systems generally are lifesavers. I’ve grown accustomed to the friendly little “bing” noise whenever I’m supposed to turn in an unfamiliar city. Well, in my navigation from the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky airport to my company’s office in Cincinnati, that little bing let me down. And it […]

Love Reading? Love New Books?

Monday, 14 July 2008, 14:02 | Category : Uncategorized
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Then you might love “Read It Forward” from Random House. Just by sending an email, you can get free advanced reading copies of forthcoming books. I was able to pick up a few copies of books at Book Expo America earlier this year – and its great to be able to read a book before […]

Words of Wisdom

Wednesday, 2 July 2008, 19:28 | Category : working
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“It’s way more profitable to encourage each of your existing customers to spend $3 than it is to get a stranger to spend $300.” – Seth Godin If only more marketers remembered that and used it when planning their campaigns.

Books That Have Touched Your Life

Wednesday, 2 July 2008, 19:08 | Category : Uncategorized
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There’s a post on LifeHacker that answered an interesting question – what books have touched your life the most? Of course, the winner was the Bible, but there were a few other interesting contenders: The Ayn Rand Collection (mostly just the author in general) Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy Zen and the Art of Motorcycle […]