As I’d mentioned in a previous post, Jen and I are moving to SC. Actually, we’ve just made our trip across the country last week and arrived here this past holiday weekend.
Reflecting on the past 9 years I’d spent out in San Diego, I have to say that Encinitas has been my favorite spot in all of Southern California. I was fortunate enough to live there for the majority of my time spent in San Diego and I have the fondest of memories of my times spent in the fun little beach town. Continue reading “Encinitas, CA”
Last week, I helped out with staffing the WordPress.com booth at NMX/NAB in Las Vegas. This was a really large event with a wide range of exhibitors and attendees. This was my first time staffing an A8C-sponsored event and it was a very unique experience. Previously, I have only attended design/dev focused conferences and this event was not really web focused at all – it seemed to be more media and broadcasting. Continue reading “NAB 2015”
Jen and I are officially moving to South Carolina next month.
We decided to do this based on a couple different things. First off, both of our families are all on the other side of the country and we’re the only two out here in San Diego. We’ve been making a big loop to visit both families a couple times a year. It’s getting more and more difficult/costly to see everyone regularly. Even more, we have young nieces and nephews that we want to be able to see more often as they grow up over the years. Continue reading “Moving to South Carolina”
I’m really regretting that I didn’t try this. 😖
Enjoying a Kellerbier Ungespundet from Germany at Bottlecraft in San Diego with Jen.
(via @Calvinn_Hobbes on Twitter)
An Odyssey of Malt, Bourbon & Rye Whiskeys
Continue reading “The Curious Bartender”
I recently came across this short book on SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics): Pocket Guide to Writing SVG, by Joni Trythall. You can read the book online or buy the PDF for only $10!
It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.
— Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien