I swear, I don’t know what I’d do if we’d never come up with this whole interconnected awesomeness thing. I re-launched my business earlier this year, which involved picking a new business name. It was incredibly hard to come up with a name I liked that was also what my business needed, and I was… Continue reading The Internet ROCKS.
We order pizza kind of a lot. We shouldn’t, but we do; it’s easy and Â yummy and one of the few delivery options we have at our house. We usually get Pagliacci, because it’s delicious and predictable and they have great customer service and even a few healthy options. But every once in a while,… Continue reading Old school marketing
As you might know from my recent QUIT post, I recently left my year and a halfish of various contract positions as a corporate stooge in a major Seattle tech company. That active verb “quit” Â is a little misleading; said tech company is most certainly the one who decided to end my short-term contract this… Continue reading A love/breakup letter to Big Tech
Here are my PAX 2012 tips for out-of-towners, since I found myself giving them verbally to many people. Hope they’re useful! Stay sane, well hydrated and fed, and above all enjoy your PAX experience. And wash your damn hands! CLOSE â€¢ Noc Noc (Goth-ish bar) for drinks. Try the chili; surprisingly edible. â€¢ Cupcake Royale… Continue reading PAX recs for out-of-towners
I decided to host Thanksgiving this year with my mum, hubby and five friends — this would be the first time we cooked for anyone else since our July wedding! Eek! It was a wonderful affair, though — I got to use literally every single wedding/engagement gift we had received, and all the foods turned… Continue reading Thanksgiving 2010
So there’s this stupid little head shop in Fremont and Lake City called Piece of Mind.Â Now you MIGHT think that’s a cute little pun, but let’s examine things closer.Â Take a look at their logo to the left. So that’s a PEACE symbol, right? Like, world peace, peace on earth, peace and goodwill. Or… Continue reading Piece of Mind
Another year, another bizzarely boring and silly retail idea: glassybaby. While Christmas shopping and running errands at Bellevue Square, I spotted the following store. (Keep in mind that this is during the INSANELY busy season, on a particularly insanely packed evening. And yes, that is one lone customer you see.Â I actually peeked in a… Continue reading Most Irrationally Annoying Shop of 2008 Award
I was running errands in Redmond the other day on my lunch break, and I drove by what has to be the most pathetically-named city park in the history of pathetically-named city parks: (To be fair, there are indeed grass lawns throughout this park.) This, coming from the city that houses Microsoft and other major… Continue reading Redmond, Capitol of Innovation
Let’s see if it sticks. NO PUN INTENDED.
I’ve never been a huge fig person before — not because I don’t like them, per se, but more because I have no idea whether I like them or not. I guess they don’t seem to have a particularly distinctive flavor, at least according to my palate. I know they’re all the rage with foodies,… Continue reading Prosciutto & Fig Primo at Pagliacci