I am really fascinated by this new DoodleBuddy app… Look at these goofy stickers you can put on photos.
My iPhone really has become my primary device for reading, games, photos, video, phone, mobile email, sudoku, etc.
To be successful, how precise do you need to be?
When you are building a house, should all of the wood be cut to within an inch, 1/10 of an inch, 1/100th of an inch or even 1/1000th of an inch? At what point do you begin to make your project take longer than its worth by being to precise?
Many businesspeople I have worked with in the past have fallen on the side of being too precise about small things while missing the big picture. They spend $100,000 optimizing their SQL database to be perfectly efficient, when it only costs $2,000 to buy a new server to make their code run just as quickly.
Are you focusing on precision to the detriment of your business goals?
Living with Trent is the first time I have had a roommate I am friends with and regularly do things with since I lived with Plato three or four years ago. It’s a lot like having a brother- you talk a lot and do a lot of fun stuff, but also get on each others nerves sometimes. Trent has been a very good roommate/4th brother so far.
Best benefits of living with him:
Are you stuck in a rut? Do you want to be happier?
Here’s how to be happier: If you need to do something, do it.
Hahaha… Jeremy just pointed out to me that the blonde is not a girl, but a guy.
Who wants to work with morons? What about even just average people?
I have been thinking about hiring a full-time graphic & web developer lately, as I need someone to help me out. I don’t want a average schmuck working with me, I want a superstar with a great eye for design who is self motivated and can understand my goals.
My plan to find this person is to advertise everywhere and interview tons of people: