Ugh… I was happy to “de-clutter” my life by eliminating Facebook from my life. My son just started Kindergarten and unfortunately, many school related groups use it as their main communications. As such, I’ve started to rebuild my Facebook account. I can be found here:

I’ve had Apple products since the Apple II Plus, back in the early 80’s. In the early 90’s I had a bunch of Apple laptops and desktops. I took a break from Apple in the late 90’s, but got back into them with the first version of OS X and the first generation Titanium PowerBook. [...]

As an early adopter, I’ve had a Chromebook from when they were first introduced. I’ve recommended them to many friends. I think they are a great, secure, way to browse and use web applications. However, I didn’t really use it that much as I found myself at my desktop for serious development, my MacBook Air [...]

I was a Facebook user since 2005. My friend and co-founder at Recommendr was interviewing there and he told me about it. It’s been really interesting to watch the company and the network grow and evolve. I’ve enjoyed reconnecting with long lost friends and acquaintances. However, as I really analyze the time that I spend [...]

Our toddler is a picky eater. He always has an excuse why something isn’t quite right and why he doesn’t want to eat it. He’s especially concerned when his food is too hot. After struggling with blowing on each bite of food to cool it down for him, I realized a small portable fan would [...]

An infrared thermometer has proven to be an indispensable tool since becoming a parent. It takes the guess work out of whether something to too hot or cold. As I pointed out in this post, it’a a great way to check the temperature of a bath for baby. Now that my son is a toddler, [...]

Since my original post about mounting a baby monitor to a stand to make it portable, we’ve updated some of the equipment we use. We no longer use the Motorola MBP36 Remote Wireless Video Baby Monitor. While we were happy with it in our old residence, our new home presented some issues. The extensive masonry [...]

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