I love writing. It relaxes me, I can do it from anywhere, and it’s fun. Since 2001, I’ve written technology books – literally dozens of them – and thoroughly enjoyed doing so. But I’ve always wanted to branch out and tell stories. Carpe diem, right? Why wait? I mean, worse case I suck at it, right?
I’m in the midst of writing Let’s Talk Business, and I’d like a very small (3-5) number of reviewers. Read on – I’ve some specific requirements.
I recently read an article on our local Fox affiliate (FOX5) about AirBnB operating in Nevada. Go ahead and read the article, and develop an opinion.
If you happened to read the recent article about what the AT&T CEO said about their “5Ge” service, you may have been confused by his words. I’ve excerpted his comments here and edited them for clarity.
As posted previously, I’ve embarked on a fiction-writing project, and I’d be very interested in getting together a half-dozen alpha readers / beta readers. Let me emphasize that this is not an information technology or PowerShell topic.
Just in time for the holidays, all codes expire after Christmas Day 2018!
As some of you know, I’ve engaged on the occasional fiction-writing project. I’ve had another story idea bouncing around in my head for oh, five or six years now, and I’ve decided to take a stab at beginning on it. This is a more young-adult type story (which you’ll probably pick up in the language …
I’ve been streaming various SiriusXM Christmas stations (I do enjoy holiday music, provided it happens after my birthday). And I’ve always known this was a stupid song, but I heard an acoustic version just now and… man.
Taking a break from AMAs to offer you some holiday fun. Hope you enjoy. I was tinkering in the lab when Oberon ran past the door, shouting, “Major alert! Let’s go!” It was rare for me to head into the field with the rest of the Tytans; I usually stayed behind to monitor the situation …
Mike asks: I’ve read in Be the Master how you focus on managing your time. But I get yanked around a lot at work – email, meetings, crises, and I suppose some Facebook and Twitter time. How do I figure out where it’s being wasted? I hope you’ll ask a question, too! And here’s the list of everything …