In this episode I chatted with Andy McIlwain. Andy’s a not only a great guy but also open and honest about his experience at GoDaddy.
Today I chatted with Alex Standiford. We met at WordCamp Northeast Ohio and I immediately felt as though we were old friends. Funny how that happens in the WordPress community. As with all my guests, Alex has shared an interesting path to getting involved with WordPress and plugin development. http://www.easybeerlister.com/ With Easy Beer Lister, you […]
Today I chatted with Michael Hull. I met him at WordCamp Asheville in North Carolina this past weekend. As we got to know each other, he expressed an interest in podcasting and that’s something I desperately wanted to get back to doing. We talked about our introduction to computers, Michael’s background in Math and how […]
What happens when someone elses child is misbehaving and you’re the only one who witnesses it? Do you take it upon yourself to correct that child? What if the other parent(s) don’t agree with what you’ve said?
I used to consider myself an artist. I used to write poetry, draw, paint and create things that didn’t previously exist. It was a way for me to express myself and “get it out of my head”, good or bad.
Looking back, I think it was also a way to relieve stress and simply be happy doing something other than what was expected of me by others.
Creating websites used to fill that void, but for the past couple of years it’s been less about building something new and more about just keeping the business running.