Being nice to the dorky, nerdy kid from your high school and college days is a good thing. They could be your boss someday or perhaps a killer coming after you for the way you treated him/her. Just saying.
Tonight an era in late night television comes to an end as David Letterman has his last show as host of “The Late Show”. His storied career has been one of entertaining Americans for over 30 years. He came to CBS from NBC where he was host of “Late Night”. Stephen Colbert replaces David in the Fall. Thank you David Letterman, Paul Shaffer and the CBS Orchestra for your years of making our nights a little better.
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It’s the middle of the week and new, exciting things are happening today at work. Another 12 hour day is underway and I am doing well. I hope whatever you are doing its going great. Have a great day good people.
Boy, nothing ever goes as planned, It’s a hell of a notion
From the song “Nothing Ever Goes As Planned” by the music group Styx
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We all have a love/hate relationship with technology. Its to the point where many, me included, can’t do without it. In some ways its making us smarter but other ways kind of dumber. Perhaps its the seduction of a glowing screen and all the things it can do to supposedly make our lives better. I used to call a cell phone a electronic ball and chain for good reason and now I feel the weight of it because I can’t go anywhere without it. We have lived in the wired and now the wireless age and we are more connected in some ways but very disconnected in others. Technology is our friend and our foe at the same time.
Funny how all of it works for good and bad. We all wait for the latest devices that does the latest and greatest stuff only to see it bettered by new release. What will we see in the future in the next killer apps on the information superhighway? Only the future and people working on silicon valley and in other places know.
This post was inspired by a fellow blogger named Raymond. Check out his blog @ http://encouraginglife.co/