The Democratic Convention is done and Joe Biden is the official candidate for President. The journey to this point was a long, crowded primary season with an amazing twenty individuals vying for the Presidency. Then, after a few states held their primaries, in steps Michael Bloomberg to the fray. He spent an ungodly amount of… Read More »Bloomberg’s One Big Mistake
I wonder what it takes for a person to be courageous. I originally wrote this is May, 2012, but seems just as relevant today and I’ve updated it a little bit. If we think back to some events in history, what did it take individuals to do what they did and would I have the… Read More »On Courage
Introduced in 2013 with the click-bater comment, “Can’t innovate anymore, my ass,” the 2013 Mac Pro was previewed. It’s all black, aluminum cylinder design was stunning to look at, plus the power professional users would need for years to…well, okay, maybe not years to come.
“‘This is Rome.’ Our city is a cesspool of humanity, a place of deceit, plots and vice of every imaginable kind. Anywhere you turn you will see arrogance, stubbornness, malevolence, pride and hatred. Amid such a swirl of evil, it takes a remarkable man with sound judgement and great skill to avoid stumbling, gossip and… Read More »Electioneering
Some people are scared of enhancing their photos. They needn’t be. Several years ago, I was approached by a co-worker asking for some help because he had decided to try and start selling his Photography. He had created a simple site and asked if I’d give it a look and what my thoughts were on… Read More »Some Thoughts on Photography