A Bible Study Companion

Sometimes an idea consumes me for a little while. Sometimes it goes for years. Sometimes it takes me years to string together enough interest to finish. This is one of those projects that took years. I have created a simple tool for Bible reading/study.     The Bible Reading Checklist   Here’s what it does: […]

First and Second Impressions of Google Music All Access

Earlier this week I posted my first impressions of Google Music All Access to Facebook. Now that I’ve spent a little over a week with it, I’ll share some more impressions. First Impressions (from day one) Missing the usual suspects in music. For me this includes: Beatles, Eagles, Peter Gabriel, Led Zep, AC/DC, Metallica, Zwan, […]

Bible Statistics – The Words Edition

If you’re busy, don’t bother reading all this tl;dr; junk and skip right to the more interesting bits. UPDATE 2/19/2013 – I made a few mistakes in the original version of this article. I had missed a few of the Psalms, so the total number count and the count for Psalms was incorrect. These have […]

New Years’ Resolutions

This year I made a handful of resolutions. I made mine in February. I have a few guidelines I follow when I make mine: Make sure they are realistic. Nothing defeats more than setting goals you know you won’t reach. Make sure they are something you really want. So often I find myself making resolutions […]

Software for the New Business

If you’re starting a new business, you will need some software for yourself and your staff to use. Frankly, I’m a bootstrapper at heart, so most of these are either free or “freemium” and should scale to your budget and needs. Software, Services and Tools for All Businesses Accounting: Quickbooks Online There are probably a lot […]

How Do I Organize My Evernote?

To go along with my previous few posts on productivity. I thought I would give a glimpse into exactly what I’m doing. To recap, I read and tried implement Getting Things Done. My tools: Outlook Calendar and Evernote. Then I read about The Secret Weapon and set about to change the way I used Evernote […]

Scott Hanselman on Productivity

I respect Scott and how much he gets done. As you can tell from my blog, I’m on a little bit of a productivity kick these days and Scott was nice enough to share his thoughts in this 43 minute presentation. “43 minutes?!? I don’t have time for that.” Yeah, that was my first reaction […]

The Secret Weapon

So, I wrote about Getting Things Done earlier this week. As I read, I implemented it the best I could. For me, that meant clearing out the inboxes and putting notes into Evernote. That meant organizing things into folders in Evernote. That meant keeping my hand-written todo-list notecard handy. It appears someone else has already […]