Archive for October, 2006 has become one of my new favorite sites. it’s a daily digest offering pointers on productivity, getting things done, and lifehacks. lots of these pointers apply to what i do here at the office, and lots of them apply to my personal life as well. here’s one tidbit i saw this morning. via the […]

I became a HUGE T.S. Eliot fan in college because of this quote: “Immature poets imitate, mature poets steal.” This post from 37Signals weblog Signal vs. Noise was better than anything I could have imagined writing today, so I’m just going to go with it. I hope it inspires you on a flat dreary Monday. […]

Good Experience


We have all had good and bad experiences. We value vacations and trips to beautiful cathedrals. There is a reason Cubs fans continue year after year their pilgrimage to Wrigley Field despite the abysmal win-loss records. Going to Wrigley, the cathedral of Cubdom, is a memorable experience. Mark Hurst of Good Experience is in the […]

What happens when you take a radio show onto the internet and invite your audience to help you conceive, make, and discuss the show? Radio Open Source, the brainchild of a Boston radio host/journalist Christopher Lydon, has done just that. Open Source is a conversation, four times a week on the radio and any time […]

From Gravity and Grace: I also am other than what I imagine myself to be. To know this is forgiveness. — Simone Weil (1909 – 1943) a French social and religious philosopher

Bethlehem UMC


We visit websites all the time that strike us, but we can’t always ping down what it is that makes a site great. Bethlehem UMC in Thornton, PA does something right with their latest site redesign. I found this site yesterday while cruising the net and I just keep coming back to look, the design […]

fall has just arrived, but winter is right around the corner. so in honor of colder weather, make your own snowflake. seriously, people. how in the world does someone create a program that does this? i love it. my flake is #12265259. mine might look sad compared to some of the others in the gallery, […]