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A new start

So after about 14 years of hand-coding my personal website (the most current one would be, all while developing and working with various CMS'es professionally, I've decided to re-start my online existence with WordPress.

Why? Because these blogging and CMS platforms are becoming so much better and easier to use by the minute, that hand coding a personal website is going the way of the dodo. Another reason is that this will entice me to update the site a little more than once a year. Also because everyone blogs nowadays, and I feel slightly inadequate for only having an online journal, a LiveJournal, and accounts on Twitter and Facebook - because no matter what you do or how much you know, unless you have an ACTUAL blog, you're a nobody on the web. That or I have just gotten suckered into blogging (very likely).

Anyway - welcome! Please read the About page for what the site's all about, leave a comment, and we'll talk soon.


Rocket Pockets

Rocket Pockets is Kellogg's pop and rock band, of which I may or may not be a groupie. They had a few photos taken for their promotional material, and I created this poster out of the photo they picked.

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MarkStrat love


Before you go, "What the hell is a Vodite?", I will explain: MarkStrat is a simulation program that is used by MBA students worldwide to learn about marketing strategy (hence, MarkStrat). There are two products that you can market on the simulation: Sonites and Vodites. They are purely fictitious, but after 10 weeks of gruelling sessions of marketing decisions on the products, they become as real as a pack of macaroni and cheese.

I created the above graphic for the t-shirts my team wore for the final presentation. Obviously, this was more love to the program than most students had by this point!

Update: I've had a few people ask me about the t-shirt and if they could order it. I had the t-shirts made through Zazzle, so if you want you can get one of your own. You can even put the graphic on a different t-shirt if you like.

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