I blame it on LOL. You are probably thinking, “Poor LOL! How can anything be the fault of this happy, little, three letters?” This is why. When I think back to when I first noticed over-abbreviation of the English language, it seems to have started with this acronym. Sure. We had things like PS, TBD,… Read More LOL
We are into our third week in Puerto Escondido. My, how time flies. We now know what the “rainy season” means here. We have had a near hurricane and several days of flooding in the town. The “sort of” hurricane was really interesting. We woke up at 4am to 2 inches of water in our… Read More Move Over Clint! The Gringos are Back!
We have been in Puerto for a week now. We still have three weeks left! Wow. I’m super proud of us that we have only turned the AC on once, and that was to test it. While it is warm and humid here, there is almost always a great breeze coming off of the ocean… Read More The Saga of the Gringos Continues!
July 1st was my three-month anniversary as a CIO in transition. My how time flies when you are having fun. I’m not being sarcastic at all. These past three months have flown by as I ramp up into a new phase of my career that is completely entrepreneurial in nature. It’s interesting that my last… Read More CIO In Transition (Part Two) – I Need More Stuff in My Bucket!
Baby Boomer, Gen X, Millennial, … My son, Alex, is a Millennial. He never leaves his room except to go to school, to go to work, or to eat. He doesn’t watch TV. He listens to Podcasts and watches YouTube videos. He has never listened to an entire album, but he has a phone full… Read More We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Labels!
In the wake of his death, there has been an onslaught of emotions expressed for Prince Rogers Nelson. Most of us remember him for his music and his controversial nature. Whether you were a fan or not, you have to admit that he made an impression on the world that will never be forgotten. I… Read More The Artist Formerly Known as…
What happens when a CIO gets a bunch of free time on her hands? Two weeks ago, my position was eliminated, so I find myself qualified to answer this question. It is interesting what replaces all of the corporate and techie stuff that fills the head day-to-day like the next upgrade, the next release, the… Read More Memoirs of a CIO in Transition