The generation that brought you Friends, who embody extended adolescence in every way, are now seeking to eliminate the label of of middle age. Patricia Cohen, New York Times reporter and author of another new study of ageing, In Our Prime: The Invention of Middle Age, might not be overly sympathetic to Berkmann’s plight. The…… Continue reading The generation that won’t grow up
Is RSS dying? Quick answer: No But RSS (Really Simple Syndication) has a lot more to compete with in 2010 than it did in 2005 when it took off. In 2005, the advent of aggregators like Bloglines, Google reader, and even the über popularity of my.yahoo.com made RSS the best way to grow your reach…… Continue reading From RSS to Today
Ever just have a hodgepodge of slush in your mind? Here’s some random thoughts this morning. – While I still think of myself as a down-the-middle, maybe even conservative evangelical Christian… I’m finding myself tired of the grey haired leaders. – As much as I’d like to say I agree with the complimentarian position of…… Continue reading Things I’m thinking about today
Kristen and I are having one of those fun weeks that is also really busy. Other than Dave, we’ve not had many visitors since our moving to San Diego. That has been both good and bad. Good in that we’ve been forced to find new friends… and we’ve been doing that. Bad in that we…… Continue reading Dinner with the Bailey’s
Case in point… This is why you need really good friends. We all need people in our lives to tell us when we’re investing in stupid stuff.
I am sitting here at a local eatery quietly writing. Unintentionally, I’m observing the people around me. Here’s a fascinating observation about the world we live in. Directly in front of me is a mother of a 1 year old interviewing a babysitter so she can go back to work. It’s pretty clear that this…… Continue reading People long for someone to talk to