Well today was an interesting day.
I tried to do my part, but there were several who did some really creative things. Wired, Google, Reddit, and The Oatmeal. Several local local companies showed their frustrations on their sites, Twitter, or...
Not to be smug, but I don’t think you get it.
JC Penney just made a huge investment and is now a company that I respect.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not sure the last time I bought anything from them – nor the next time I might shop there, but they just rolled the dice and...
About ten hours ago, the world changed. And not necessarily for the better.
We lost an All-Star. Both literally, and figuratively.
#3, Harmon Killebrew passed on today after his fight with cancer came to an end. A horrid end for a fantastic individual.
This is not some slugger who just played ball. This is a guy who honestly changed fans lives. Don't believe me? Well the internet is there to prove you wrong.
I found out about 10 hours ago, via Twitter. Honestly, it's where my news comes from on a daily basis.
Yesterday, I complained. Today, I admire.
A friend of mine shared a link that I couldn't resist clicking.
Apparently, Pixar is 25 years old. Aside from making me feel old, it made me feel pretty great. Why? Because I'm an advocate. There is something to be said about Pixar. They've alway made the most important part stay the most important part. And that's the story.