Sunday, August 18, 2013

File under "P" for "procrastination"

Does this count as procrastination?

If not, this certainly does.

Sunday, August 11, 2013

My VVork blog

I spent the last few days of my recent break setting up a new blog. After all, what more sensible thing could a guy do who already struggles to post as often as he would like to his first blog?

Why another blog? If you want the long answer, take a look here. The short answer is that I have been wanting to post some work-related stuff online, but I didn't want to tangle my personal opinions with my work life.

Take a look if you would like, but unless you're into geeky stuff, don't plan on staying there long. ;-)

Taking a look is easy. Just click on one of the numerous links I've embedded in this post - like this one, and this one, and this one or any of the links above.

Why so many links? Because I know that if I give the URL (which, BTW, is many of you are going to type While typing the latter would be a totally understandable mistake, it would be a mistake nonetheless.

If you want to know why I would intentionally pick such an easy domain name to mistake, take a look here.

Thursday, August 8, 2013

R & R

Returned to the lake for a little R&R this week. That's rest and relaxation, not rock 'n roll.

The break was very welcome after last week's 12+ hour/day ICW in Boston.

Didn't totally go off the grid. I prepared for some upcoming videos for work, attended a few conference calls, drummed up business for a vCO delivery in Florida, and registered a new domain for a vvork related blog. What's the domain name? That's under wraps for now. (Hint: This post refers to the domain name.)

It wasn't all work by any means.

I have enjoyed floating on the lake on the floating patio...

... And I enjoyed rowing around the lake this afternoon...

Additionally I got to see my dad, Lena, my sister Pam, my brother John, and my nephews Connor, Ethan, Ryan, and Brett.

But in hindsight, I think I spent the most time with Penny, Dad and Lena's dog. We just met, but we quickly bonded.

She follows me everywhere and continually wants to play.

Now if I could just get her to bond another part of her anatomy with my head.