Month: September 2022

Making Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Visible is a Major Goal of Mine

One morning, I came across a Substack newsletter, The Rest Room, that brought me great joy; it was concerning a conversation about “Can technology teach me to pace?” It turns out that pacing is a regular topic of this newsletter, so I’m mighty glad that I’m now subscribed. Pacing, as luck would have it, is […]

Phoenix Resale Proves You Can Make a Living Reselling Video Games Online

Just make it clear that your YouTube channel and game reselling business need to be treated as such and don’t give the haters more fuel than they need. Yet another of my favorite gaming YouTube Channels I discovered through Retro Rick’s 10 Dollar Game Collection challenge is Phoenix Resale. Caleb is a former pool boy […]

Happily Ever After – A Magic the Gathering Card Review

Happily Ever After is one of the strangest alternate win condition cards in Magic the Gathering. This Enchantment card from the Throne of Eldraine set exists as a “story spotlight” for the backstory of Eldraine. The conditions which need to exist to win the game are very specific and difficult to attain. But, it has […]

Never Stop Learning: The Pursuit of Knowledge Must Continue

No matter how advanced our species becomes, there will always be something more to learn, discover, and improve upon. You don’t have to be an entrepreneur or business leader to stay on top of new developments within your field. The pursuit of knowledge must continue if you want to grow as a human being. But, […]

Pokemon Red vs Pokemon Blue – Google Trends Deep Dives

In our Google Trends Deep Dives series, we will be looking at popular VS arguments and seeing what the free data analytics website can tell us about the search trends for each opposing topic over time. Perhaps the one argument I’ve never gotten around to actually writing about is figuring out which of Pokemon Red […]

4 Things I Learned From Just the First Few Chapters of Lifehacker Third Edition

In my first in a long series of “What I’m Reading” weblog posts, I’d like to share what I’ve been learning from the book Lifehacker: The Guide to Working Smarter, Faster, and Better, 3rd Edition, by Adam Pash and Gina Trapani. This edition was written in June 2011, so there are many life hacks which, […]

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