It's like family, only weirder…

The Sound of Music

David, a cube neighbor near me, has clued me into his day’s annoyance. There’s someone over the cube wall silently-ish humming to whatever music they’re listening to through headphones. If it weren’t for the fact that they’re at least partially tone deaf, we might be able to pick out the…Continue Reading

Computer Guy

Someone just approached my desk at work and asked if I was a “Windows Guy.” I mistakenly said yes only to receive a follow-up question about the use of Adobe Writer. What part of being a “Windows Guy” means you’re also an Adobe Acrobat guy? Turns out I was able…Continue Reading

You’re not Ready

Having never attended college officially, I cannot speak to the readiness of our college graduates. I can say however, that nothing but life itself can prepare you for the world.

Walking Tall at L.A. Fitness

Wow! Amy and I worked L.A. Fitness’ grand opening in East Point today (south side Atlanta). She painted faces for children for 7 freakin’ hours and I walked on stilts for 5. The gig itself wasn’t too bad. Just walk and provide ambience to the visitors and members alike. People…Continue Reading

Today’s Memory Lapse

ARRRRGGHHH!!! I’ve done it again, only this time it’s worse! I left my clothes at home having left early for work to workout. It wasn’t a simple shirt this time, however. It’s nearly the entire enchilada. I did manage to bring fresh under garments. I also left my wallet in…Continue Reading

When is the Weekend only the Beginning?

Friday night I went out with family for Father’s Day – Amy’s sister was in town from Philly, so it was a special occasion. The two dad’s in the family were treated to dinner at Kiku’s, a fine Japanese hibachi place in Gainesville. I had been uncustomarily hungry throughout the…Continue Reading

Celestial Studios Site Update

I just recently finished updating my wife’s website for her photography/art business downtown. The new design is a far cry from the old, and now works in more than one browser 🙂 It was ridiculous actually that it took me as long as it did to get around to re-designing…Continue Reading

Adventures in Manhattan

I spent the greater part of this week in Newark, NJ where we have two offices – the other in Jersey City on The Hudson River. It was my first time to New Jersey and I got the opportunity to visit Manhattan for another first. I was prepared for more…Continue Reading

Web Sites for Artists at the Quinlan

I’m putting together a class for the Quinlan Visual Arts Center in Gainesville towards the end of this month. I’ll be focusing on web site development by more traditional means. I think a critical step often forgotten by developers is wire framing and white boarding. Web sites are visual, so…Continue Reading