Link Roundup 2015-05-01

By | entrepreneur, life, links

Yea. I’ve been busy. Been burning what is left of my oil on Relic Record. Good progress is being made and I’m learning quite a bit. Always a good thing to work on things outside of what you normally would be exposed to. If only this thing was already making money so I could focus all my time… Enjoy these links. The world is getting more and more crazy and interesting. What I’d tell myself…

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Link Roundup 2014-11-14

By | links

Enjoy the weekend folks! Information Doesn’t Want To Be FreeSomething about locks and honest people. Public Perceptions of Privacy and Security in the Post-Snowden EraLand lines are secure? Net Neutrality: President Obama’s Plan for a Free and Open InternetNo blocking. No throttling. Transparency. No paid prioritization. “Screw You, Angular”There is a haters gif for this somewhere… Nadella gives away the store with new ‘Microsoft everywhere’ strategyWonder if Dropbox is rethinking being acquired. Microsoft kills Lync…

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Link Roundup 2014-11-07

By | links, martial arts

It is going to be another eventful weekend here in South Florida. The weather will be just right for some bamboo trimming. If you have nothing planned and are even remotely interested in the martial arts or self defense, then come out to Palm Beach Combat Hapkido‘s seminar on Saturday out in Wellington, Florida. We are hosting Grandmaster John Pellegrini again and he always delivers. It really is a rare chance to learn pieces of…

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Link Roundup 10-31-2014

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Boo!  Nothing? Okay.  Happy Halloween everyone. Enjoy yourselves but stay safe. Just remember that even though an apple is good for you, an apple from a stranger might not be…  In case you haven’t noticed, South Florida gas prices are the lowest they’ve been in a good long while. That can mean only one thing. Time to vote! Research those candidates and make the best decision you can. Not sure where to vote in Palm…

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Link Roundup 2014-10-24

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What a week. From rains that would challenge Noah (I thought socks would dry quicker than they do) to moving back into an office complete with fans and a dehumidifier, it has been an interesting one. Thrown in there is a great (and promising) idea for a new application from my brother. If you are a collector of anything, keep on the lookout for posts about the project. In the meantime, enjoy these articles. How…

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Link Roundup 2014-10-17

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Short list of links for this week. If you aren’t doing anything on Saturday and happen to be in or around West Palm Beach, Florida, come down and walk with me to support the Alzheimer’s Association research and care efforts. If today is any indication then Saturday is going to be a great day for a walk in the fresh air.  Identifying The Worst Colleges In AmericaBuyer beware The 14 mistakes that will kill your…

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Link Roundup 2014-10-10

By | links

Whole mess of links this week so let us just get to it…. Lessons From A Lifetime Of Being A ProgrammerThere is more than one way to skin a cat; from the cat’s perspective it doesn’t matter. Tim Berners-Lee calls for internet bill of rights to ensure greater privacySuddenly the power to abuse the open internet has become so tempting both for government and big companies. Where the jobs are: The new blue collarVocational school…

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Link Roundup 2014-09-26

By | links

It’s been a good week for family. Mom was in town and we got to hang out a bit. Earlier in the week we had a nice lunch at the Old Key Lime House in Lantana, Florida. If you’ve never been, put it on your list. It’s a nice little hangout and the food is filling and fresh. Just don’t feed the birds. While it was a good week for family, it wasn’t such a…

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Link Roundup 2014-09-19

By | books, entrepreneur, links

Well, either I’ve been real busy this week, nothing peaked my interest, or a combination of the two. In looking back over the week, I’ve also yet to learn a very important lesson shared by Craig Ferguson. But I’m trying, Ringo. My good friend Kristi from The Savvy Messenger just finished giving a draft of my new book, Your Small Business Website, a read through. A big thanks to Kristi for the helping hand. Keep…

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Link Roundup 2014-09-12

By | links, productivity

I’ve been reading a book about military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan and one topic which keeps coming up by the author is the weather and terrain in those locations. There is sand. Lots of sand and little (if any) grass. This got me thinking about what traits make the United States so great. One of them has to be our natural resources. Ample water, vegetation and the ability to grow things opens up so…

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