Small Surgeries With Big Outcomes

My husband had always sniffled a little more than most. It wasn’t until he took a baseball to the nose that the sniffling and breathlessness was completely out of control. Little League broke my husband and only a talented surgeon could unbreak him. In keeping with his general Type-A personality it took a lot of work to schedule his surgery. In addition to all the pre-op requirements we then had to make a last minute maneuver to go from an 8am start to a 1pm start. Why? Well, my beloved …

Women and Video Production

I adopted a baby. Well, not a baby that screams and cries, but a baby of a project. One that speaks to people without boundaries, people who love to hear about other people’s lives, and people who love to share a good story. Jessica Jones passed this particular baby to me and then my friend Adrienne (and producer) and I spent a day running around getting video and are prepping for days two through 200. In all of this I realized that it’s time for me to get some of …

Q&A with Sitizens.com Founder and CTO Tim Linden

A few weeks ago I started noticing that Sitizens.com was referring a little traffic to my site. It seemed to come in bursts and it piqued my curiosity so I went over to the site and found that Sitizens is an online game where you try to become the King (or Queen) of a domain by visiting it and clicking a little bookmarklet. When I signed up for Sitizens I noticed they asked for a paypal email address in case they had to send me money. I haven’t seen that …

Why Aren’t You Using G+?

I love G+ because I can select who is in my circles. I’ve got a couple thousand people who pepper my timeline with electic yet interesting news items and I work hard to share the best of the web as I see it.  Periodically I share a bit of my own work there, but like every social media effort I try to stick with a 7:1 rule. I try to share seven things that I have zero personal involvement in before I share one of my own. It’s like a …