January 6 is Epiphany, a celebration that predates Christmas.
I need a lot of help. Most of the time it comes without my even asking for it or realizing it's there. It's time to pause for a moment of gratitude.
Not all publicity is good publicity. The bad news is that church has a marketing problem. The good news is we can fix that if we're willing to put in the work.
As much as I love technology, for some things, paper and pencil (or Pen) still work better.
Every year I start with Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching. Every year, it speaks in a new way. If you decide to read it, get the Jonathan Star translation.
Have you noticed that a whole genre of spam has gone missing in the last couple weeks: end-of-the-year gift solicitations have not been pouring in.
In programming and in life, when you find yourself trying to do too much, it may be time to refactor.
When I first started messing around with programming in the 8th grade math lab at Crenshaw Jr. High, we started out with Atari BASIC.10 PRINT "Hello World!" 20 GOTO 10BASIC was a
I've added This Is Marketing, by Seth Godin to the 2018 book list. Starting in 2019, each new book will get it's own post.
After Rarst tweeted about the Hugo CMS earlier this week, I had to take a look. Here are some first impressions.