1. Last Minutes with Zeus

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    A few months ago, I lost one of my best friends and daily companion, Zeus. It’s taken me awhile to strike up the courage to put my thoughts together, but I did want to honor him by chronicling that experience. Read Article…

  2. Mastering the Art of Living

    The master in the art of living makes little distinction between his work and his play, his labor and his leisure, his mind and his body, his education and his recreation, his love and his religion. He hardly knows which is which. He simply pursues his vision of excellence at whatever he does, leaving others to decide whether he is working or playing. To him he is always doing both.” – James Michener  Read Article…

  3. How I Learned to Stop Asking for Private Messages and Love the New Basecamp

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    As a person obsessed with keeping things organized, I spend way too much time in Basecamp. I write articles about it, I talk to project managers, designers and even my wife about it. To this day, I have yet to have a single conversation about Basecamp that does not include someone complaining that the new Basecamp doesn’t have private messages and to-do list templates. I wonder why? Read Article…

  4. If the Internet Fails…

    If these startups, websites and apps turn out to be a failure — like all our parents predicted they would — we Blue Sky Solutioneers can say, “No Mom, no Dad, I know I’m moving back in with you at 30, but, it was worth it, because the internet has solved the problem of what to do while on the toilet”.

    I feel so strongly about this sentiment that I’d like to see a study commissioned that examines whether graffiti / defacement of bathroom walls has gone down since the smart phone became prevalent. Think about it Internet!

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