I’m jealous that my wife has such a great domain (her firstname .net) name. I can’t complain, of course, but still…
Followed by rearranging the schedule for Wednesday nights in order to postpone what was going to happen on the canceled service at another time and rearranging the other Wednesday nights to accommodate for the made up service that had been canceled.
via Day 1 of Icy Conditions as a Pastor | Merianna Neely Harrelson.
Merianna and I were watching House of Cards Season 2 and I happened to be sitting on the floor playing with the pups when I remarked “was that an earthquake??”
Turns out… yep.
Uncle Tupelo’s No Depression is one of my favorite albums of all time. So excited to see this release…
Released in 1990, No Depression, is a genuine milestone in American rock n roll, a still striking fusion of traditional folk and country with post punk innovation and hardcore ferocity.
Good luck getting Comcast to show up for the closing [CARTOON] | ITworld.
I can’t say I’m excited about the impending deal in which Comcast buys Time Warner, but things couldn’t get much worse.
Ultimately, I’m still hopeful we’ll get either Google Fiber here in SC soon or a cable provider will give me the “dumb pipe” I want in particular since I’ve been a “cord cutter” for eleven years now.
Either that or T-Mobile just allows me to use its network for data.
via JR Raphael on Twitter
I’m really excited that Harrelson Agency is helping out with the launch of ZeroScope this month. We’ve been working hard on this project for the past six months.
Here’s a little info:
Stethoscopes should not be a cause of the spread of disease by healthcare providers. ZeroScope is a one-use and easily applied device that attaches to the drum of a stethoscope and provides immediate and complete barrier defense between the instrument and the patient receiving care.
We’re looking to raise the money needed to help us launch ZeroScope as a cost effective and ubiquitous device to solve the problem of hospital acquired infections that lead to more costly treatments or even death.
via ZeroScope Stethoscope Barrier Protection for Patients | Indiegogo.
If you can, go help us out with the manufacturing and shipping costs. If you can’t do that, spread the word on your favorite social networks of choice.
Here’s the official IndieGoGo widget:
Love reading posts like this from Joe Wilcox (great blogger and tech pundit)…
My personal site is in state of revival, as I follow through on a long-contemplated change to my blogging style. I let inertia hold me back. No longer.
via I Take Away Control From Google+ | 5 minutes with Joe.
Basecamp has a native Android app now! Fantastic… big part of what we use at Harrelson Agency to do what we do.
Basecamp for Android was designed from the ground up to work great, look sharp, and take advantage of the capabilities of your recent Android phone and tablet. Create new projects on the go. Open links directly in the app. Jump to any project from a shortcut on your home screen. You can attach or save Basecamp files in Dropbox, Google Drive or wherever you store them. You can even start a new message with text you wrote in another app. Basecamp works the way you do on Android.
via Basecamp Announcements.
Sitting on the side of the interstate in my brokedown truck for the last few hours has reinforced my depths of patience and love of my MyFi device and LTE service.
Regularly check your serpentine belt, folks.
R.I.P. Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Sad news. Amazing actor.
This might sound ridiculous like the scene in the movie where the guy is trying to get ahold of the long lost son you know but this is that scene. this is that scene…see this is the scene of the movie where you help me out.
Never thought I’d buy a copy of an OS on hard media again. Amazing what you are forced to do as a small business owner.