“Give us this prompt! We’ll be good! We promise!” Linda G. Hill put the Friday reminder for the Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt up early today, which means one thing. The voices that I keep locked away all week have been drooling over the chance to bust out of that dark corner of my mind.... Continue Reading →
Yes! Bonus points are available. I love bonus points. Linda says: “Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “yes.” Use it as a word, use it in a word, extra points if you start and finish your post with it. Enjoy!” And Pam gave me the inspiration to blather on somewhat mindlessly: "If... Continue Reading →
That should read “same higher price, cash or credit” since most people seem to use some type of plastic these days and the merchant has to pay someone to process that transaction. What got me started on this topic? I sense you asking. Well, it was Linda. Linda G. Hill, the lovely woman who hands... Continue Reading →
Credit to a friend and coworker for recently highlighting one of the saddest things systems developers (and other agents of change) ever hear: "But that's how we've always done it." Part of Linda G Hill's One-liner Wednesday challenge.
I woke up last Friday to find an email from Twitter encouraging me to go, as they said: “Beyond words. Twitter is for sharing standout moments. And not just with text. It lets you tell stories — as they happen — with photos. Our new photo features make sharing your pics a snap.” The email... Continue Reading →
I was watching some show on Discovery or Science or one of those channels the other night when a guy said that “chemistry is the science of change.” Really? That got me thinking about a couple of things. First, do I agree with that statement and second, did that have anything to do with my... Continue Reading →
It’s the start of a new year, and I have a lot of things to look forward to, a lot of demands to satisfy and a few interesting projects in mind. I don’t want to bore you with the details, or risk turning this into a Family Holiday letter, and this isn’t really about the... Continue Reading →