Wherein I (once again) attempt to show that one is never too old—or middle-aged, anyway—to learn.
Or spout off about it. Part 1 here, in case you missed it.
- Making something short takes a long, long time.
- And still provides a disproportionately large ROI.
- To love is to serve.
- Idiocy can inspire genius.
- Podcasting is more fun than I thought it would be.
- Screencasts are more fun for everyone than I thought they would be.
- Writing for a year seems to take two.
- Less is the new more.
- If you don’t like what’s on TV, change it.
- Never stop growing.
- Especially when you want to.
- The world’s new-greatest radio station is YouTube.
- Time Warner needs a good kick in the ‘nads.
- You don’t have to like your teachers to learn from them.
- In fact, you learn more if you don’t.
- I’m better at wrangling than I thought.
- I’m smart enough to acknowledge that and move on.
- Well, mostly.
- When they say “stop to put on snow chains,” they mean it.
- If anyone is selling answers, run.
- Clicking offline is the payoff for all the click–click–clicking online.
- (And I mean click–click-clicking.)
- Hilarity is less important than sanity.
- Skype will be to Vonage as Vonage was to PacBell.
- And it can’t be it soon enough.
- The best way to write about marketing might just be in verse.
- There’s a reason Einstein and Uncle Steve wear the same thing every day.
- Consumables are the best gifts.
- Cash is the best consumable.
- With the possible exception of The Pears.
- And PIE.
- Keep your tools sharp.
- The bear gets his days at the table, too.
- The impulse to give away is almost never wrong.
- The impulse to take on, not so much.
- It is not what it cost you, but what it costs you now.
- At a certain age, knits should be loose.
- Their hatred is never about you.
- And vice versa, hot stuff.
- You cannot live well in two places.
- The road to hell is paved with drive-thru windows.
- Wealth really is a state of mind.
- Wellness, on the other hand, requires peeling your ass from the couch.
- “No, thank you” may be the most delicious phrase in the English language.
- Followed by “delete all” and “forward to voice mail.”
- Silence is platinum.
- $10 a month for faxing works out to $60 per fax.
- .Me, you’re next.
- Collaboration is AWESOME.
- So is having your 1,000th post land on New Year’s Eve Eve.
New here? Or just uninspired to check the back catalog until now? I live to serve!