Rocklin? In my heart I’m in So Cal…just north of Las Brisas in Laguna.
I started blogging 3 years ago. Amazing how fast these 3 years have gone. A lot has happened. Good stuff. I’ve met a lot of great people through the blog. While there might have been a few times when the
What do you think about Twitter? Are you trying it? Have you thought about it and put it off? Are you thinking, “Twitter? Is that some kind of bird call?” I’m trying it. A little tough getting into the swing
Getting into blogging and trying to figure out how to make it work? David Armano over at Logic + Emotion (which is another business blog to check regularly) has a great post on the keys to influential blogging. By the
One of my favorite bloggers to read is Valeria Maltoni. Some great insight into a variety of topics. Tripped across one of her posts over on Blog Herald. Here are her five things a blogger can do to generate respect.
One of the real joys of the last 2 years has been running across great thinkers around the blogosphere. Some days I scroll all the way thru my Google Reader and find nothing…but most of the time there is just
Sunday afternoons (and into the early evening) are some of the best times going. Out on the patio with Maxwell Dog. Jimmy Buffett’s A1A playing softly in the background just barely above the water gurgling in the barrel fountain. 71°F
I’m a fan of Albert Einstein. Just a fascinating character. Whether you’re a fan or not, you need to check out The Albert Einstein Approach to Successful Blogging. It’s not really about blogging…just applies 5 important principles that explained Einstein’s
I was answering a comment to Finding What You Can’t Not Do and it reminded me that some of you might not know about coComment. If you are participating in the conversation here, or maybe at a number of different
I posted about Clicky a few weeks ago. If you’ve got a blog and you haven’t checked it out yet, you really need to see it. There are several things about it that I just find fascinating. First, it allows