Family man who enjoys coding, tech, design, photography, and Boston sports. Syracuse '08.

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Don’t hurt your back

Been dealing with a pesky L5-S1 herniated disc for the past few weeks. I’ve had issues in the past with this area of my back from old sports injuries, wasn’t too alarmed – figured it would be a week or two of discomfort. It started as soreness and ...

Marcus Smart, $14m?

Update 06/03/2021 : Trade Marcus Smart. Update 09/22/2020 : Disregard all of the below. Pay Marcus Smart more. Update 07/20/2018 : Despite Marcus Smart getting his contract, I still don’t like the deal. Marcus Smart can stay in Boston next year ...

Separate from the pack

I lovingly refer to it as the “Crying wolf” tactic: pumping false urgency into promotional messages and CTA’s, thinking that’s enough to drive a buying decision. Depending on the trust and relationship you’ve built up with your customer base, ...

Know the game

The Quarterback starts the huddle, making sure the center is the first man exactly eight yards behind the ball. He then takes his place at the end of the huddle, nearest to his sideline. The rest of the players adjust around him. There are 40 seconds ...

Ciao Roma!

As the famous saying goes, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do”.   Johanna and I did just that, for five days at the end of September 2015 (I’m a few months behind writing this post).  It was an outstanding trip filled with seeing the sites, ...

London

Jo and I went across the pond to London recently. We hustled and saw as much of the city and surrounding areas we could in a short window of time. Below are some highlights of the vacation. Air Travel The flight(s) over went from New York City, to ...

Puerto Rico Highlights

This Christmas my wife and I decided to take a trip back to the Caribbean.  We really enjoyed our first experience last year in St. Lucia for our honeymoon, and we wanted to get away from what has been a wet and dreary New York City ...

Hockey’s Amazing Community

This is the reason I love hockey and the community that surrounds it. From mini-mites to the professionals, something about this game brings people together. When Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench this past evening, the outpouring of support ...