Quick Reflection on the Books I Read in 2016

Quick Reflection on the Books I Read in 2016

Walden by Henry David Thoreau I remembered being forced to read this in high school. I tried to tackle this again in 2016 but honestly, I got very bored and moved on. As an adult, I found a couple of things very lame. First, he could still hear traffic from the road and read more

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War of the Chicago Cabbies

War of the Chicago Cabbies

So, I was on the way back to the hotel from the Chicago office today and I got to talking with the cabbie, who was from Nigeria. We were discussing the finer points of life and digressed into talk of what languages he spoke. He spoke a little Spanish and a few words in read more

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Travel Hacking, Europe and Open Source

Travel Hacking, Europe and Open Source

    So, I just scheduled my first free trip to Europe. Last year I went to Belgium for about $900 total between flight and hotel, but this year the flight is free (actually $180 in fees). I am going with two friends and they each paid about $800 – $900 f read more

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