What I’m Reading – 10/30/17

This year will hold the record as the most disorganized Halloween ever. Our famous workplace Halloween event was renamed “Fall Festival” this year for reasons completely unknown causing many of us to not even know it was happening. Great success. Likewise, I’ve noticed maybe 5 merchants with a few lazily set-up decorations with the vast…

What I’m Reading – 10/19/17

First post since getting back from Disneyland and Phoenix last weekend. Of course, two weeks so packed with activity were guaranteed to make me sick and here I am. Luckily, I think I’ve finally turned the corner in time for this weekend. There’s some excitement going on this weekend; Sydney and I will be down…

What I’m Reading – 10/10/17

Back from my friend’s wedding in Santa Cruz. It was a very picturesque event taking place in a grove of conifers on top of a mountain. The crowd enjoyed themselves and the bride and groom looked amazing. Glad to have been a part of it! You’d think we might be taking it easy after a…

What I’m Reading – 8/30/17

Summer’s almost over and I’ll be spending the long weekend in Boston visiting family. Not much else to say this week. The links are little more tech-focused this week, but if you’re not interested in that, the article on gerrymandering is very timely. Anyway, here are the links: India and Pakistan are hit by malware…

What I’m Reading – 8/25/17

Not much to say. Spending some time in Sacramento this weekend and then Boston later next week. I found some interesting links this week, so if you usually only read one or two, I suggest at least checking out all of them this weekend. Personally, I’m enjoying these new graphic-driven articles by the New York…

What I’m Reading – 8/23/2017

Another dramatic week in global affairs. The US Navy 7th fleet suffered another accidental collision, which prompted questions of protocol and potential cyber sabotage of the vessels. Domestically, the US is recovering from a fatal clash of protestors in Virginia and bracing itself for more far-right demonstrations around the country. Locally, Sydney and I went…