Back on March 18th I ran the Georgia Marathon. It was my first marathon – and only my second long-distance race over 5k. Here’s a list of what I learned from a first marathon… [Read more…]
I’ve been commuting around Athens, GA via bike for 3 years now.
It all started with biking the .75 miles to work and back, and has slowly expanded to biking pretty much everywhere within a 6 mile radius.
Here’s several reasons why I’ve kept it up – despite the Georgia heat, the Athens hills, and general vulnerability of cycling.
So there are thousands of photo-sharing services out there – and I’ve used my fair share.
Panoramio is different – even if unloved by the masses or by Google (it’s owner, who hasn’t even integrated it with Google Dashboard).
It’s focused around landscape photography and there’s several reasons why even though it’s not hot, not huge, and not loved – you should at least check in on it once in a while. Here’s why. [Read more…]
So here’s the problem… podcasting is super easy (see my podcasting guide here), but the details are hard to nail down.
Like how it shows up in iTunes, what iTunes does with your summary, format weirdness, and so on a so forth.
Here’s an awesome WordPress tool to make your podcasting hum… [Read more…]
If you have an iPhone or iTouch – you’re probably in love with Instagram.
But here’s the problem – you have all these amazing photos of your life and in your feed… but only your iPhone friends get to see them.
It’s easy to send your Instagram to your Facebook or Twitter feed – but what if you could send it to a visual portrait in your blog?!
You can with this amazing WordPress tool… [Read more…]
That’s way too much trouble. Why not just have your own podcast? Be your own producer and presenter and get known according to your content rather than connections.
Besides, more people than ever are listening to podcasts (as opposed to traditional radio).
Back when my brother and I tried to start our own podcast – we found the resources a bit technical at first, so here’s how to start a podcast in 5 easy steps. [Read more…]
But every free social network dies – and it’s time to move on to the next one (as I did in December). Here’s why. [edit 3/23/2011 I reactivated Facebook primarily for business reasons, but found a way to strip the profile down to nothing via Don Caprio. The idea still stands in my mind] [Read more…]