If someone were to say this to you, what do you think they mean? I don’t know where the idea came from, but this concept jumped in my head months ago and never left. The question was posed, open-ended but persistent. I posted an initial thought on Facebook and got some cool replies. I mused […]
(This post is much more personal than my normal posts. It was a little scary to write and publish, but I’ve decided this vulnerability is a good thing. Maybe it will inspire you to embrace your own vulnerabilities. Cheers.) What makes someone stop blogging and what makes someone start again? I can tell you about […]
For a number of reasons, I’ve paused writing new posts on here. I have a few half-finished, but haven’t sat down and knocked them out. Hopefully I’ll finish one of them soon, but I will keep this page updated with other articles/podcasts/presentations in the meantime so you can know what I’m up to!
I was given the awesome opportunity to write a blog post for Crank Arm Brewery! Coalmarch built their website and needed some content and I know a little about beer so…
It’s an interesting post on the beer culture in Raleigh and where I think it came from and the effects it has had on the city!
Triumphs of Experience by George E. Vaillant is the latest book on the longest longitudinal study of human development ever undertaken. The Grant Study, as it is informally called, started in 1938 and studied the lives of over 200 men that went to Harvard. This book, written in 2012, recapped the physical and emotional snapshots and […]
I apologize for the delay in posts here everyone! I have a wedding in two weeks and have been busy preparing for that. FWIW, I plan to pick this up again in full force after the honeymoon.
Writing has always been a big struggle for me. Some sentences come easily, some feel like pulling teeth. I’m a bit of a perfectionist, and I know what good writing looks like, so when my writing doesn’t match up to my expectations in my head, I’m not satisfied. I could give up, but I won’t. […]
Google I/O 2013 was last week. They announced a slew of new features for Android, Chrome, Google+, Maps, etc, and it was capped by a two-hour long Q&A with one of Google’s founders, Larry Page. It was awesome. It’s been written about a ton of times on much more reputable sites, but I wanted to show a […]