Poorly Organized Thoughts on Guns and Society

So I’ve been fairly quiet on social media lately… well actually, not just lately — always. I am indeed a consumer of social media and not much of a publisher, you could say. But also it’s in part because rarely […]


Windows 8

Editor’s note: This was originally written in August 2013… but for some reason was never posted. I’m posting it now, despite it being slightly out of date. Oh well! I’ve used Windows 7 since its pre-beta. I used Windows 8 […]

Geekiness Technology

Google Glass – A Brief Review

Google Glass Explorer. Glasshole. Michael. Call me whatever you’d like, but I just got done living with Google Glass for about three weeks, and I have a few thoughts to share. (Why only three weeks? That mess is $1500… so […]


Interop 2013 – Wrap-Up

Back in May I was fortunate to get to attend the Interop Las Vegas IT conference. I’ve already discussed my trip as a whole and the Principles of Effective IT Management workshop in the previous two posts. I wanted to […]


Interop – Principles of Effective IT Management

This post is part 2 in a 3-part series. Check out the first post if you haven’t yet. I want to review a workshop I attended at Interop Las Vegas in May called Principles of Effective IT Management. It would […]


Interop Las Vegas

During the last six months of my time at Slingshot SEO, I was fortunate enough to get approved for my first work trip. And catch this — it was to Las Vegas! Interop is the world’s largest independent IT conference […]


The Only Constant is Change

Yikes. Two years. That’s way too long to go between posts. Accept my apologies? Thanks. Two years ago I was just coming up on one year at Slingshot SEO. In January 2012, I moved into a new role at Slingshot […]


K6MJT is On the Air!

Ham radio. Amateur radio. I have seen no recent survey but I would imagine that few people my generation even know what amateur radio is. At best, maybe “isn’t that something grandpa used to do?” Or, “yeah is that like […]



Well, the day finally came. On Monday, October 3, I had microdiscectomy surgery to attempt to repair a 3+ year old herniated disc and associated pain. The injury happened when I was laying floor tile at the Christian Campus House […]