My college major was Industrial & Systems Engineering. I was trained to analyze systems and adjust them to seek optimal outcomes. I don’t work on industrial applications, but the greatest system I have access to today, where I have direct control, and the capability to have an enormous impact, is my own system of how […]
The process of designing a new editor is going to be the biggest user-facing change WordPress has made in many years.
We have so much better tools at our disposal now, I love how simple it is to capture memories while I’m with my family that are high quality and that I know I’ll cherish.
I needed an uplifting story, and in The Revolutionary Post, I was educated and delighted. I have never heard exactly how the post office came about. Like everyone else, I knew Ben Franklin was largely responsible for the original post office, but I didn’t realize how revolutionary it truly was, how enabling news dissemination was […]
2016 was a good year, personally and professionally. 2017 has the potential to be even better, but it needs a plan.
WordCamp Birmingham was a few weeks ago. I took a few pictures of the event.
Samford University’s Track & Field team showed off their pole vaulting skills at Samford’s homecoming festivities this last Saturday. I took some pictures.
Marc Andreessen describes how certain high-cost sectors will “eat the entire economy,” and don’t have enough new technology to disrupt them. It’s the best description I’ve seen for why some stuff is getting so much cheaper, while certain industries continue to get more expensive.
Theodore Roosevelt’s story is an incredible one. He is my favorite president, but he was also much more than a president. He was a complicated man, an indisputable genius, a charismatic statesman, an insatiable scholar, and so much more.
I took a few pictures during visits to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens and Red Mountain Park.