ArchiveJuly 2018

The Dark Place

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One of the things "they" don't tell you about parenthood is that at some point, you may feel like a prisoner in your own home. Your wonderful bundle of joy becomes a tether, and the outside world takes on a magical, limitless quality that makes you yearn for freedom. Fortunately, one of the easiest ways to combat this feeling is to invite people over, feed them pizza, and let them regale you with...

And This is How I Email

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I went on a business trip this week to Maryland, home of the Marylanders, and in the course of setting up transportation and lodging and all of those other things, I had to give out my email address way too many times. But you know what, I hate giving out my email address. As an ardent opponent of advertising, I really hate spam. Like, really hate it. Thus, I needed a way to keep my personal...

Naps of a Micro Nature

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El Matador has begun taking micro-naps whenever the mood hits him. They only last 5 – 10 seconds before he’s up and at it again, but it’s still interesting to see him learning he can control his own downtime. I love this kid. Everything he does amazes me.

Recursion Therapy

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Every company needs a wannabe programmer in a non-engineering role to help bridge the gap between available software offerings and company needs. I've been lucky enough to fill that role at Uplogix for a while now, and most of that time has been spent fighting the "cloud-based business software CRM" behemoth known as Netsuite. In fact, almost every app I've written has come from a Netsuite...

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