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  • Create a Not-To-Do List
    on Mar 7, 2014 in Having an Impact
    It appears this idea is years old, there are articles on the web going back to 2007 (yes, years old!). Atleast one new productivity app hits app stores every day, probably more. They all claim to make life easier, and to help us get more done in less...
  • Simplify, Simplify, Simplify
    on Mar 5, 2014 in Having an Impact
    If there’s one piece of advice for achieving success that is repackaged most often, it is surely this. A common mantra in design circles. “Simplify, simplify, simplify.” “Do one thing and do it well.” “Stay focused...
  • Establish a Run Calendar
    on Mar 3, 2014 in Staying Fit and Healthy
    I keep telling myself, “don’t let it slip.” It would be easy to never run another marathon again. Just don’t sign up. All that training. It seems a tragic waste. The thought of looking back as marathon season rolls around, and...
  • Her First Passport Photo
    on Feb 28, 2014 in Growing a Family
    When I was a baby I travelled on my parents’ passport. Now, some thirty years later, babies require a passport of their own, and a passport photo to stick in it. My wife and I attempted to photograph our one month old following the guidelines l...
  • On Being a Father
    on Feb 26, 2014 in Growing a Family
    In the space of a day not only did our situation change, the speed of life changed. My wife gave birth a month ago – it feels like a year. Of course, it hasn’t been a year, and it’s not that life has slowed, or even sped up, itR...
  • The Morning Run
    on Jan 15, 2014 in Staying Fit and Healthy
    First early morning run in a long time. Maintaining a regular running schedule is hard during the winter months. I don’t mind the cold, and the odd bit of rain, but getting out consistently when the days are so much shorter is hard. Running alo...
  • Using symbol fonts for icons and graphics
    on Mar 11, 2013 in Technology design font icons typeface
    A Fast Company Co.Design article I read on Pulse last month – Font Lets You Make Data Maps Of The U.S., Just By Typing – opened up this world to me. The idea that you can create a fancy graphic map of the … Continued...
  • Google Workshop in Washington D.C.
    on Feb 14, 2013 in Technology google Washington D.C.
    I only visit the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company for technology workshops. Last year it was during Social Media Week DC (which actually starts again next week) and on Tuesday it was for a Google event I’d seen in a BisNow … Continued...
  • Photographing the St. Jude Gourmet GalaI wish I remembered how to set custom white balance in my camera. Often presets work just fine, but last night the cavernous atrium of the National Building Museum was bathed in the hues of mardi gras – pinks, yellows, … Continued...
  • Chinese New Year in Washington D.C....
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