It’s no secret that one of America’s worst vices is their weight. It’s a sensitive subject to write about because so many are dealing with it and would rather not be told that their are “wrong” for being overweight. Admittedly I am a bit overweight these days and trying my darnedest to get those unwanted [...]
Monthly Archive for January, 2007
Believe it or not, I have a teaching degree in Biology. I never used it to teach other than my student teaching time. I love teaching, I just didn’t enjoy the school experience. I could say a lot more, but that belongs on my other site, WhatsGottaGo.com. Here I want to [...]
Blogs come to class reports the Deseret News this morning. As I have been trying my hand at blogging these last few months, this of course caught my eye. My educational background (I have a teaching degree) also lends to my being prone to read articles concerning education. Plus, I have kids [...]
I have never bungee jumped. I actually would really like to try it, but I just haven’t. I have a bad knee (really bad knee), so I figure I would have to go someplace that has a harness that attaches to more than just your ankle or lower leg. I’ll likely end up doing it [...]
Another fun video today. Who knew when security cameras started to become more prevalent that they would provide us with such fun clips to be shared to millions. Getting gas at the pump is something that we do all to often, and usually it is a fairly straightforward experience. I have to say I praise [...]
I’m a project kinda guy. I enjoy making things, and I owe this to my dad. My dad could do anything, really. My dad built a TV from scratch (a kit, but he had to solder all the boards and put every last piece together), do you even know anyone that has [...]
One of the sayings I heard some time ago that has really stuck with me is “It’s all about creating the memories.” When it was told to me, it caused me to change some of my thinking. I have always cared about my family time, but even more now I will try to take time [...]
I found this recently and found it an interesting read. It isn’t all that surprising that so many important things were found by accident. It takes an astute mind to notice something unintentional and realize the implications behind it.
link: The Best: Accidental Discoveries
And why should I care?
Good questions. First, here’s why you should care.
Unlike getting website updates or ezines by email, RSS feeds give you absolute, 100% complete control over the situation.
You don’t have to reveal your email address. If you want to stop receiving content, you don’t have to request to be ‘taken off the list.’
Time for another recommendation out of my list of sites I read on a regular basis. It hasn’t been that long since I really started diving into reading blogs, but I have hit it with gusto. Sure, most blogs are opinionated and factual basis may be something to question, but on the whole [...]