Life and Arts

Let’s get offensive! Religion and politics are on like Donkey Kong. Oh, and maybe I’ll talk about music, too.

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It’s that time of year again; the time of the year when the year ends. Sure, I could reflect on it, like I did for 2014.  But, ehh, I’ve done that in years-passed. This time, I’d like to rate it. You know, like a review. Like an Amazon review or something. And I like writing

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It’s been a very, very long time since i just sat down with a guitar and jammed for an evening. Last night I started with a mandolin, then switched to banjo, and then ended up on a guitar. I decided to change the tuning to C G D G B E, and use a capo

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Sometimes, you might have Comcast internet. And sometimes the service speeds are less than stellar. And sometimes, you might get annoyed, and tweet about it. And sometimes… just sometimes, someone might call call you.

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Well, it’s been about 350 days since the last time I reflected on a year. A lot of stuff happened since the Polar Vortex from Hell visited the midwest. Let’s discuss.

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  All the way back in Febuary Ferbruary Febfruary the second month of this year, I wrote about how I’d been nominated for this really cool award, the SDL Tridion Most Valued Professional award. Also known as the Tridion MVP award. It was a really, really  cool honor to have been nominated, and I got all

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Yesterday, with a measure of difficulty, I submitted my resignation to Tahzoo.

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If you’ve been following these adventures in schadenfreude Europe, you should be well-aware that Amsterdam is not necessarily the most navigable of places for beginning a journey. But like all things which are European, the intraversable nature of Amsterdam can also be conquered. In today’s episode, we do a general wrap-up of the first Amsterdam

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In episode 1 of Frank vs. Europe we saw our dashingly handsome — and surprisingly short — hero fly into The Netherlands on the wings of a ghastly metal, time-warping bird, and tour the Land of Neder with his powerful side kick, Piti — who has the gift of an inner google. In today’s episode

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A few months ago I got a rare opportunity. I was invited to speak at a conference. In Amsterdam. Robert Curlette was hosting the first ever Tridion Developer Summit, and, as an MVP, I was extended the opportunity to stand in front of people and run my mouth about code or what-have-you. If you know