You’ve seen the challenge. It goes like this: The rules: In no particular order, choose 10 albums, one per day, which made an impact (at some point in your life) on you. Post cover, no explanation, and nominate someone each day to do the challenge. My friend Jason tagged me, and the result is this […]
I first heard Trace Bundy on Pandora, and really enjoyed his music. Since then, Joan and I have seen Trace twice — in Hermosa Beach and again in Seoul, South Korea. Later this month, we’re seeing him again in Berkeley. It may be difficult to imagine how an acoustic guitar concert could be so good, […]
Scott Berkun shared this absurd, amazing, wonderful Japanese commercial that must be seen with the volume turned up. Enjoy.
On the weekend, I take a little time away from work to nourish my soul. Occasionally, I run across some good things that are worth sharing with you. This weekend, there were five good things that really stood out. Number 1 – Radiohead released their new album The King of Limbs online one day early. […]
Rolling Stone magazine made Kaki King the first women on the Guitar Gods list. Kaki has a unique, percussive style that can’t be fully appreciated without seeing it. Fortunately for us, her entire 15 minute performance at TED is now available. It’s worth watching. Now you’ve seen it. Have a nice Sunday.
Being the weekend, I’m sharing something a little more recreational in nature. When I first bought my iPhone 3G (same day they came out), the lines were horrendous. But I did have plenty of time to learn about the new apps that were available. The Apple store employees were showing off their favorite apps, one […]
As regular readers know, one of my busiest websites is BigBlueBall.com, a news and support site for instant messaging, social networks and other online collaboration tools. I registered BigBlueBall back in 1998 because I thought it was about as perfect a name as you could think up. It’s easy to say, to remember and spell. […]