Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Your call is very important to us....

The one thing that should be clear when you hear the above sentence, is that the people you are calling couldn't care less about your call. If your call was truly important to them, you'd be talking to a real live person. What the message should say is "We're doing something more important than helping you right now. We fully expect this to frustrate you and we understand that some of you will hang up before being helped. We've already laid a couple of people off because of that."

Welcome messages....

It seems like lately, my blog has consisted of just welcoming family to blogging. I'm gonna try to do better so I don't get left behind in the race for blog supremacy...

Welcome Susan to the Blogosphere

Please check out my sister-in-law's blog,"My HOME'S in Alabama". The URL is http://susansalabamahome.blogspot.com/.


Taken at Glenwood Cemetery in Houston, TX.

Welcome Sara to the Blogosphere

Please check out my mother-in-law's blog,"Open for Renovation". The URL is http://openforrenovation.blogspot.com/. For those of you who don't know, Sara is YFML (a frequent commenter on this blog).

Thursday, July 20, 2006

..with a little help from my friends..

That earlier post about my move from Round Rock to Atlanta to Austin might confuse you. So, if you're out of the loop on our ongoing plans, here it is in a nutshell.
1. Our house should sell this week.
2. Last week, we moved to Atlanta
3. This week, I moved back to Austin to stay with friends (thanks BigMac & HeidiMac!), until I can get a job in Atlanta.

Welcome Amy to the Blogosphere.

Please check out my wife's blog,"More Social than Work". The URL is http://moresocial.blogspot.com.

The Blog is back...

After a hectic week of moving from Round Rock to Atlanta to Austin, I am finally back and ready to BLOG. I guess I could have just started blogging, but then you would have missed this brilliant post.

Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

PodShow+ is getting here

I'm in the Show!
I've been listening to Adam Curry's podcast (The Daily Source Code) for nearly two years. About a year ago, he started a company called Podshow. Here's their About Us page:
Podshow was created out of total frustration with current audio programming. The same songs, the same messaging, the same programming, everywhere, all the time, with no exceptions…

Welcome to PodShow, where you get to choose what you listen to and when and where you listen to it. We have thousands of programs ready to be heard on every topic imaginable, waiting to be downloaded, played, and enjoyed by anyone, anywhere, anytime. It’s your choice 100% of time.