After a few years of regularly co-hosting a podcast (Fresh Ubuntu, and Pocket Sized Podcast), I’ve partnered with my friend and colleague Adam Bell to record and publish Blurring the Lines! On the show, we will take about our experiences with business, as well as our personal lines, and how they blur in the 21st century. We also will have interviews with interesting guests on how the lines between their business and personal lives blur, how they maintain separation, and how they embrace the intersection. Give us a listen, and subscribe! Right now!
Recently, likely thanks to my weekly Saturday Binge Day posts on Facebook, several of my friends have been saying “I want to know more about that diet,” and also “I’m doing the same diet you are” or “my friend is doing the same diet you are.” My response? Yes/no.
Yes, you want to know more about it. No, you and your friends are not doing the same diet I am.
Data Rescue 4
Company: Prosoft Engineering
Price: $0 – $299
I recently had the opportunity to review Data Rescue 4.2 from Prosoft Engineering, including a branded copy of their Bootwell USB thumbdrive.
From the publisher’s website: Data Rescue is hard drive recovery software that can recover your photos, videos, documents from:
- crashed, corrupted or non-mounting hard drives.
- accidentally reformatted hard drive or reinstalled OS.
- previous deletion, damaged or missing files.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve had the few different experiences on the importance of communication. Both of these involve to situations with vendors used by my business, both of them included circumstances that were in and out of the vendors’ control, and both of them were handled differently, with differing results. Continue reading “Two Examples of Communication Making ALL the Difference”
Man, time has been flying! I haven’t had time to update my blog, unless you mean “applying WordPress plugin updates,” which I have been doing. But what else has been going on? Continue reading “2015 in review”