Category Archives: Insights
Last night I read the delightful “Web Apps vs. Native Apps Is Still a Thing” by my he-doesn’t-know-me internet pal John Gruber. It’s a great piece, in response to this article from Wired. The most salient point here: Andreessen does … Continue reading
A few of my friends and co-workers already know this, but I’ve been working on an app in my off hours. Why?
I can’t say I’m an unbiased voice in this, because I worked (several years ago now) at WCET-TV, a public access TV station that serves the Hudsonville, Georgetown/Jenison, and Grandville communities. But this is something that has been going on … Continue reading
I’m not a big “hey, news” blog, but this has been one of my favorite shows, so I’m inclined to comment. The Talk Show has moved over to Mule Radio Syndicate.
This post is about SOPA/PIPA. It’s not too late, because the fight isn’t over yet.
It sucks having to say goodbye to a client. Especially when your clients are good people, and they’ve treated you fairly. Unfortunately, I’m in that position right now. It wouldn’t be fair for me to pretend that I can still … Continue reading
So I’m becoming a dad. I guess that could be scary, and there are things that I’m scared about. But being scared, being afraid, is usually about knowing something could happen, that you have no control over, and fearing it … Continue reading
This is a second chapter in a series – the first chapter is “Starting the Co-op.” Following that first successful cycle, we decided to wait through New Year’s, 2007 to open a new cycle. This gave me a nice, solid … Continue reading
Many of you know that I’m involved in this thing called the West Michigan Co-op. It’s an online-based farmer’s market (or buyer’s club, depending on who you talk to) that serves the greater Grand Rapids (Michigan) area. I don’t think … Continue reading
You might remember a previous post in which I rant about Hulu, and how everybody was telling me to catch something I missed on Hulu. If you don’t remember it: here you go. Today, things have changed.