Were the Moon Missions Worth the Cost? Are Humans Doomed to Earth? My father had his 60th birthday recently. Every so often I hear a story from him about how “things have changed” in the U.S.. He likes to distill the “things”... View Article
I’ve recently taken an opportunity to teach my area of expertise at The George Washington University, in Washington, DC as an adjunct professor. I was fortunate enough to be invited to instruct a skills-focussed, graduate-level course for GWU’s School of... View Article
The topic of returning to the moon has gained great interest in the past months as NASA has indicated that it intends to re-explore our closest space neighbor. It seems that this has also created quite a bit of interest... View Article
I was recently interviewed by a well regarded publication, Education Week, as it relates to my entrepreneurial background, the Apps4VA hackathon competition, Daymuse Studios, and a recent project of mine: Predictive Outcomes.
I’ve built up some packing light tips over the years. I’ve had my fair share of overpacking and under packing for trips around the world through the years. Overpacking is far worse. I wish I had some of these packing... View Article
Last updated: Tuesday, April 21, 2015. It seems like I’ve been on a bit of a health insurance kick lately. Sadly, affordable individual health insurance has been a big road block to getting to the meat of operating a business as an... View Article
I wrote last week about the difficulties of finding reasonable health insurance as an individual, one of the pains of entrepreneurship. Turns out having a fractured elbow, even after it’s all healed, can be a real problem for future health... View Article
Did you know that 26% of 18-64 year-old self-employed people are uninsured in the US? Did you also know that a root canal can cost upwards of $1,400 per-tooth? Not to mention a crown for that root canal is around... View Article
How has 2012 started for you? For me, it’s been quite the upheaval. The year started about 40,000 feet above the Atlantic in an A380 heading to Paris. That, in and of itself, wasn’t exactly much of a change. It... View Article
I finished my month of being gluten-free (well, to be honest, I went 29 days - a grocery issue on the last day caused me to cut it). The very first day that I went back to eating barley, wheat, and rye based products I loaded-up on a hefty bowl of Post's Shredded Wheat; exactly the opposite of what I told myself I'd do.