08Jun/14

You MUST See These 22,000 Dominoes Fall!

Youtube user Hevesh5 is a professional domino artist. It sounds like maybe the most underrated profession ever, and his 200,000 channel subscribers say that he’s darn good at what he does. To celebrate such a high number of followers, he posted an amazing domino pattern using 22,000 dominoes that took him 25 hours over the course of five days to build! It was a lot of work, but watching it fall is one of the most hypnotizing things I’ve ever seen. Take a look: Continue reading

15May/14

Oh The Meetings We Can Have!

(I wrote this back when I was in sales and frustrated by how many meetings we had instead of doing what actually brought in money)
 
We sit and sip our coffee at our meeting of the day
We act as though our business lives on what we have to say
The phones may be ringing and the emails coming in
But we’ve got more important matters to which we must attend

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27Dec/13

Facebook No Longer Cool?

Mascot-eats-cheerleaderThings can change on a dime I’m telling you! According to an article in the Telegraph, teens see Facebook as “dead and buried.”

According to the article, it’s not just that Facebook is on a slide or on a “downturn” but it’s literally dying or even dead with teens.

The reason?

Teens see it only as a network for keeping in touch with older family members.

Not in a bad way necessarily, but that the function of Facebook is seen differently than before. Facebook is, apparently, being replaced by other social networks like Twitter and Snapchat because they’re simpler. Continue reading

16Jul/13

Tornado Picture and New Trailer for “The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels”

Last week was exciting! I snagged not only my first view of a tornado, but snapped a picture of it as well. It was over the ocean, which means it was technically called a water spout. It only lasted about five minutes so I was thrilled to have been in the right spot at the right time. Take a look below and look closely toward the center of the image.

This was right after it had touched the ocean and was its largest! It’s now starting to pull back up.

Another great thing about the week was Continue reading