I don’t have all the answers, although to my children, it may seem like I do. Children are naturally curious. It’s not uncommon for our family to sit around the table for dinner while Kim and I are peppered with so many questions that keeping up is difficult. Luca often asks me, “What’s your worst … Continue reading More Questions Than Answers
Both of our cars are a few years old now and their headlights were looking cloudy and a bit yellowish. When I took our Honda Odyssey in to have its oil changed last weekend, the cashier recommended Meguiar’s Headlight Restoration Kit. That night I checked out the few reviews on Amazon. Most were positive so … Continue reading Meguiar’s Headlight Restoration Kit
After nine weeks of riding my bike to work I hit the 600 mile mark, and it feels great. Instead of finding excuses why I couldn’t ride to work (it’s raining, it’s too far, it’s too dangerous) I decided to find ways to work it into my job and family’s schedule. Overall it’s been a … Continue reading 600 Miles
For the second year in a row I attended a day of scout camp with my son. Last year was the first time he attended the full week of events. After the first day he didn’t want to return, but each day improved a little more than the previous. By the end of the week, … Continue reading Return the Hat
Here’s the stock performance from Microsoft, RIM, and Apple since June 29, 2007, or the same day Apple released the first iPhone. In just five years, Apple released a product that has become a larger revenue and profit machine than all Microsoft products combined. But at least Microsoft has Windows, Office and many other products … Continue reading Disruption
As I’ve written before, I’ve been riding my bike to and from work each day going on just over a month now. Some days I fly up the hill to my home and some days I barely make it home. Who am I kidding, I never fly up the hill. I still use the lowest … Continue reading Getting Passed
Today Microsoft announced that anyone with a copy of Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7 can upgrade to Windows 8 Pro for $39.99. My first thought was that this is a smart move my Microsoft. A low price may very well drive momentum for Microsoft’s newest and most controversial version of Windows in years. Microsoft … Continue reading What’s Driving Windows 8 Pricing?