3 01, 2012

10 years ago I bought my last CD

By | January 3rd, 2012|Categories: Journal|0 Comments

I was reading a tweet by Sean Blanda of Technically Media, and the subsequent replies: @seanblanda It's nice to see the Internet move from "everything should be free" to "I'll gladly pay for services" Sean like me is a Generation Y user of the internet, we were a part of it from the beginning, with internet connected computers [...]

21 12, 2011

This site is brought to you by

By | December 21st, 2011|Categories: Journal|0 Comments

Since I'm nearly done tweaking everything on the site, I thought I'd take a moment to highlight everything that it is built upon. I use these services for nearly every WordPress implementation that I do. Godaddy, inc Wordpress 3.3 Obvious Theme by Karina Plugins Akismet All in One SEO Awesome Flickr Gallery Google XML Sitemaps Grunion Contact [...]

20 12, 2011

John Howie Art

By | December 20th, 2011|Categories: Journal|0 Comments

I'm not going to say much here, after all it should be obvious that this is my brother. For John I mostly focus on his server side maintenance, initial set up, and troubleshoot errors. He designed his website with a colleague that did the Flash programming. I have since completed John's Facebook fan page and help him [...]

12 10, 2011

Graduate Assistant to the Campbell Chair at Rowan University

By | October 12th, 2011|Categories: Journal|0 Comments

This week I'll be starting as the Campbell Chair's Graduate Assistant. The Campbell Chair is one of a few endowment chairs at Rowan University and was founded by a generous donation from Ann C. Campbell to honor her late husband John Campbell. Currently the million dollar chair is held by Professor Jooh Lee Ph.D. The [...]

14 09, 2011

Up and Running.

By | September 14th, 2011|Categories: Journal|0 Comments

My 28th birthday was on the 8th, and there are some big changes going on. I've just started my second to last semester at Rorher College of Business, and I've left Verizon Wireless. I'm attempting to increase my class load over the next semester so that I can be out in the spring, a year [...]

Load More Posts