Not So Personal
Tech, Pop-Culture and Marketing
In the movie, The Great Escape, the POWs build three tunnels and they code named them “Tom,” “Dick,” and “Harry” as escape routes.
Tim Ferriss had a piece on how you can make $4000 per month and he used the example of a company selling sunglasses. Why isn’t everyone doing this? Why aren’t all of you making a decent income from something this simple? Barriers and the desert.
If a tree blogs in the forest will anyone reblog it? When writers turn to blogging, they often do it to gain a voice and work to attain some popularity. Some bloggers have a pre-built audience when they start. If you’re like me, you have to build that popularity from scratch. You have to prepare for popularity and then push it out there into the respective channels.
Cumberland seemed to be an easy place to live in-- like a video game level where the developers didn’t plunk in too many NPCs. Most of the shops are open and the merchants are friendly. I didn’t go into all of the rooms, but I didn’t encounter anything untoward.
My Personal Stuff
Americans would have gone to war on news that the Russkies messed with their election process. Nowadays, 65-millions of them cheer on their installed president. But the wall is coming down! We'll have to see how far this goes. The crest of fake news and damaging ads in our Facebook feeds may have had a heavy influence on swinging voters.
Thoughts, Growth and Personal Stuff
I’m coming off of a period of some hard, unrewarding work. It leaves me wondering, “How do I succeed?” It’s not mysterious alchemy. But I like to remind myself of what success looks like and what it looks like to see the brass ring and bat it out of the way.