Seth Godin takes us on a trip through time, re-publishing a blog post that he wrote years ago. In it, reminds us that life is what you make of it. If you’re going to university or college, make sure you take advantage of every opportunity available.
Gus Fosarolli, who you may know better as Gus Digital, just celebrated his 41st birthday this past week. While some people may get depressed over such a proposition, Gus is taking it in stride and with a big smile on his face. Life is a gift, so we should all enjoy every minute of it.
Shelly Tucker, like the rest of us, can get caught up in the day-to-day. Thankfully, she was able to take a few moments to appreciate art for its own sake at the Take 190 West art festival, featuring terrific artwork by children. Pictures don’t do them justice.
West End Girl takes a moment to describe her ten intentions for 2010, which aren’t the same as the resolutions we make while singing Auld Lang Syne. She aims to be truly kind to herself, to cultivate inner peace, and to be a leader. Perhaps most importantly, she wants to “spend more casual, spontaneous, unstructured time with loved ones.”
James Chartrand poses a rather morbid but incredibly important question: what happens to your website when you die? People will often bestow their physical belongings to loved ones, but how do you handle your digital valuables? What happens to your domain? Are you going to just let it expire?