When’s the last time you bombed an interview? What did you feel like while it was happening? What did you say or do when it was over? How many jellybeans did it take to stifle your disappointment? Continue reading “Bombing: A Treatise on Interview Techniques”
I decided today that I want to be a Superhero. You know, mild mannered (kindof) by day, slaying demons and singing songs about heroics and glory by night… or at least a really kick-ass Karaoke version of Don’t Stop Believin’. Yeah Journey.
If you know me, and chances are pretty good if you’re reading my blog – you know I’m crazy creative. I don’t like tooting my own horn or being pretentious, I just like making people laugh. What’s a better way to make people laugh than creating and becoming your own Superhero? Continue reading “General Nerdery and Building a Superhero”
I was featured again at CheezHead.com! This time in the form of an interview about Gen-Y and Millennials. My favorite quote (from me, of course!): “If our generation has a mantra, it’s just to live our lives and let history pass its own judgment. We’ll have blogged the truth about it anyway.” Hmm, is this cred? I think this is what cred feels like. Yeah… … Continue reading Featured Again!
What the hell? I mean, you try and do your job, but it just so happens that somebody somewhere thought you needed two ass-clowns to tell you how to spend your time.
These days, it’s almost impossible to take on a corporate job without also inheriting 2-4 bosses. Continue reading “How Many Bosses Did You Say You Have?”
Tonight I found some very cool websites that I thought I would share.
The first is geared toward teens who need a Web 2.0 tool to tell their BFFs to F-Off. Called ‘That’s Not Cool.com‘ it features little digital ‘calling out’ cards you can send to your boyfriend/girlfriend/random stalker to tell them to back the hell off. Continue reading “Technodamus – Digital Smackdowns and Scary Searches”
Some of you might know that a while back I was diagnosed with high inter-ocular pressure… it’s a warning sign for glaucoma.
The good news was that my corneal thickness was way above average – which means that any pressure reading would be exaggerated as a result. My eyes are considered in the normal range when you take into account all the variables. Continue reading “Coolest Eye Dr. Visit (eye pics)”
Today was my first day at work with my HP Mini.
The 1 GB of memory definitely has to go. I’ve ordered a brand new 2 GB chip from NewEgg.com for $30 (3-day shipping, rush processing). I don’t know about upgrading the harddrive yet. Continue reading “Technodamus – The Death of CDs/DVDs”