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Here are my notes from the opening session at the Willow Creek Association Global Leadership Summit. It was Bill Hybels and it was a good talk. wcaglssession1.jpg IMG_2442.jpg IMG_2443.jpg IMG_2447.jpg After this my word of the day was QUEEN-FREAKIN-MARY although I was convinced that I was going to slip at some point.

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The past three months, I’ve been testing the amazing waters of the pay as you go cell phone. That means I’ve chucked the smartphone and gone back to the two device life (remember that? Back in 2004 some people carried a palm pilot AND a cell phone!) After 2 months I saved enough to pay my Early Termination Fee and really start saving money. As a side effect, I have learned to break free from my cell phone and I want to...

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Why I Like Evernote Clearly


Posted By on Dec 12, 2012

I read a lot of stuff on the web. And by a lot I mean about 2 hours a day of reading. Of course, the web is always changing and moving, but there are articles that I want to keep track of, or refer back to, or share with others, or read later. That’s why I use Evernote Clearly . Here is a 45 second video that I recorded when I was grabbing something earlier today. I hope you can see from it how Evernote Clearly can help you too....

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Thinking Outside the Recipe Box


Posted By on Jul 18, 2012

Celery Mangement The other day my wife said she wished she had a searchable list of ingredients, recipes, and where to buy the ingredients at the right prices & quality. For instance, she made some soup and had a ton of celery left over. What other recipes do we regularly eat, or are close to what we eat, so that she could use the rest of the celery? With 7 picky eaters, you can’t deviate much from our normal litany of...

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While it isn’t quite mainstream yet, as far as third party apps and convenient posting, it is getting very popular. (by mainstream I mean I can’t automagically post to it from Hootsuite ) The key to the differences is the direction of the relationship and how you interact with folks. … That’s too much to go into here, I just wanted to put up these three paradigms as food for thought.

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