A subscriber wrote me and said that there wasn’t a link to yesterday’s video. It appears it was only embedded on the site. Click here if you care to see the video. (And I’ll have to remember that for next time.) Thanks.
I saw an old friend recently and he said, “Hey, how come you didn’t write about your new ukuleles you got on your blog?” “I think I did,” I said. “No. I just searched it. You don’t have anything on there,” he said. Oops… Most of my friends and readers know that I grew up […]
This was my first time at Word Camp. For those who’s never heard of this, it’s tech seminar on using WordPress. What’s WordPress? WordPress is a content management system and this site was built using WordPress. I made this blog posting in a blog lecture. The speaker said we should blog during class.
Today I registered my domain name. It’s www.bobmarleyneversmokedpot.com There’s nothing there yet. But I’m doing one task a day for 30 days. And I kind of feel like since the book is already written, I’m way ahead of the game. I did spend a several hours pouring over old stories and essays. Just looking through […]
I got a new foster dog this week. He’s a 8.5 lb. Chihuahua-mix named Vladi, after Valdmir Tarasenko, a St. Louis Blues hockey player. We also call him Yadi after the St. Louis Cardinals catcher, who if his thumb wouldn’t have been hurt we would have perhaps beat those bastardous-assed Cubs. Either way, both Yadi’s […]
I have recently been accused of being a book hoarder. I have also been accused of not reading all the books I own. There are hundreds on the shelf, so maybe they’re right. Ok, it’s true, both statements. But for the record, I have read more than I haven’t. Either way I’ve started pulling half-read […]
In case you are wondering what I’ve up to, I have started doing research for a book on businesses that a person could start for under $1000. My premise is, “If you lost your job tomorrow, would you be willing to get out and hustle if I showed you 50 different businesses that you could […]
I picked up Steal Like An Artist by Austin Kleon yesterday and read it cover to cover in one sitting. It’s been a while since I’ve done that. Some of the highlights were: 1. You’re allowed to steal other people’s ideas. You’re not plagiarizing per se, but putting your own twist on something that’s […]
I grew up in Hawaii from the ages of 11 to 24. Now I’m a landlocked beach boy stuck in the middle of the United States. Today on a cold, rainy day here in St. Louis, I miss Hawaii even more than I normally do in the winter. Today I went to the St. Louis […]