Monthly Archive: September 2014

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Running Down A Dream

Yeah runnin’ down a dream That never would come to me Workin’ on a mystery, goin’ wherever it leads Runnin’ down a dream I feel awesome today – and it’s all thanks to my amazing wife.  You see, over the past few years she’s become one of those running addicts....

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Wedding Anniversary Tradition PART SEVEN is a go!

Back in 2007, I got married at the Disney’s Vero Beach resort to my best friend.  In striving to keep our lives less than normal, we established a tradition that, no matter what, we’d celebrate our anniversary together by going to a city we had never been to before together....

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Lessons Learned in Customer Service: My @Sprint & #iPhone6 Adventure

My first computer was an Apple IIc.  It lasted for years before I jumped into the world of Windows 3.11 and, shortly after, Windows 95 (on a Packard Bell – remember those?)  For well over a decade, I became deeply integrated into Microsoft and left the world of Apple in the past.  In...

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Weight for it… weight for it…

Last week concluded the five conventions in four states in six weeks for me.  It was a new level of convention geek insanity – one that was both amazing and exhausting.  Working on the road so much, though, makes for a lot of sitting: sitting in cars, on planes, etc.  Operating...

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The Ever Expanding World of Green Mustard Entertainment

I spent tonight cleaning up a Facebook page that was created to differentiate Green Mustard Entertainment from Wasabi Anime because each now serves a distinctly different function.  It’s odd, though, because the new structure turns the parent into the child (similar to how JACON became more relevant than JACO back...

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Hey @DragonConMedia. I owe you this. #DragonCon2014

PROLOGUE Over eleven years ago I started sharing my thoughts on the Internet for fellow geeks to read.  Fan conventions, food, and frivolity were the primary topics of my online ramblings and after years of typing and hundreds of posts, I developed a pretty healthy following thanks to my pop culture...