Facebook? No, not me.

Last year, at the height of the election I realized that Facebook was openly manipulating content with it’s algorithm in a way designed to incite anger and rage. After not very much deliberation, I stopped using Facebook. Well, I couldn’t altogether leave Facebook as I have automation’s set up to post from Yosemite Blog and…

The Emperors New Clothes

Please pardon the blandness, I haven’t picked a theme to use with Dailything yet. The theme I was using was a pain in the ass, poorly coded nightmare. I’ll probably make something or find one soon enough but for now this old thing will do.

Look Who’s Back, Back Again

In 2002 I started this blog and posted almost daily. As you can see from the content it was mostly just a mishmash of things I found interesting, thoughts, posts about being a new father and life along the way. After a while though my time got taken up by other things, I changed jobs,…

A Little Fatherly Love

I’ve used Flickr for a long time and I like it a lot. It’s where I’ve shared photos, cultivated friendships and built communities around things I’m interested in. I’ve always felt that by sharing my photos openly and allowing others to use my works it helps foster and grow the community of sharing. This is…

Now We’ve Gone and Done It

A while back I wrote a post on making your web pages load faster. Imagine my embarrassment when I got an email a few days later telling me my own site was loading slow. And then another email. And another. Wait, what? How could my own site be loading slowly? So I started digging.

Maybe, Yeah

So last night while I was sitting here thumbing through NetNewsWire on my iPad I came across a post Doc Searls had authored about branding. In his post Doc Searls pointed to this post by Yvonne on BlogHer. In her post Yvonne talks about the changes blogging has undergone and the pressures we all feel…

Feeding the Fever

Recently I’ve been suffering from Information Overload. I have way too many RSS feeds from way too many sites I like to read. The problem is obvious, it’s nearly impossible to read ANY of them. Where do you begin? How do you organize them? So recently Shaun Inman’s Fever was brought back into my field…

Thanks Google

After almost a year the red screen of death that warned everyone my site was purportedly an attack site has been removed. Thanks Google.