Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo.
Did you know the 72 pin connector on the original NES is not soldered in? I didn’t know either. All those years of blowing on the cartridges and all we needed was a screwdriver and a replacement connector.
It’s going to be an exciting week this week: Working on an Audiobook site for a client. Getting skyscrapersales.com out the door Publishing our screencast series. Working on another site for a client but I have an NDA, so I could tell you but then I’d have to, you know. Publishing the first Imapenguin podcastContinue reading “On tap this week”
I find this a little amusing. iStats says that Screenflow is using 142% of my processors. Of course, it’s a dual core machine, so it’s really more like 142/2. I don’t know why, but I think that’s funny. Yes, I’m a dork.
Do you fish or do you go to the store and buy fishing stuff? Are you doing something to help the needy or are you watching Extreme Makeover Home edition? Are you sharing your life and dreams with good friends or are you watching a TV show about some people who do? Are you writingContinue reading “Are you a fisherman or not?”
This post by Seth Godin is worth 30 seconds of your time, and 30 seconds of your bosses time today.
I went to my first NASCAR race last weekend. It was cool, but I’m not sure I liked it enough to be an avid fan. It seems like a whole lot of time, money, risk and energy to end up where you started. I was struck by something while I was there. What if weContinue reading “NASCAR vs the Space Program”
The lovely @pamslim who does Escape from Cubicle Nation had Gary Schoeniger on the podcast today. Here’s a real gem from him that stuck with me all day: “Entrepreneurs look for problems, the don’t run from them”
I had the strangest conversation this morning with some people at a large subscription based software company. They were astounded that a longtime customer found a cheaper solution that did what they needed.”But we’re the 900 pound gorilla” they seemed to say. “Why would anyone want anything but us?” The customer left because the “900Continue reading “This just in: Being the current industry leader doesn’t mean you’ll stay there”