By Ron S. Doyle on March 7, 2010
There are more neural connections in your brain right now than stars in the entire universe. The average human brain has 10 trillion (10,000,000,000,000) synaptic connections, allowing us to look at a total stranger and think, “he looks like my Uncle Bob” or smell rosemary and remember a house we rented in college. Those connections […]
By Ron S. Doyle on February 28, 2010
The goal is the meal, the strategy is the recipe, and the tactic is how you still get dinner on the table when one of the ingredients is missing—but you’ve been borrowing butter from your neighbor.
By Ron S. Doyle on February 15, 2010
Since 2004, Technorati has published the “State of the Blogosphere,” an ever evolving attempt to quantify and qualify the world that is Blog. Last October, the Technorati decided to interview several elite blogocrats and let them, as they’re known to do, declare reality for the rest of us—the millions and millions of bloggers that aren’t […]
By Ron S. Doyle on February 7, 2010
Think about the last time you learned about something new—a recipe, a culture, a method for determining whether or not you’re Twitter Trash, etc. Here’s the question: did you jump in headfirst or did you analyze the situation before you began?
By Ron S. Doyle on February 3, 2010
No, not me. I have toddlers, I have an adventurous wife, and today
I went to an indoor carnival that smelled like shoes then requested
songs from mariachis during lunch. I’m never, ever bored. But apparently the rest of the world is bored to tears.
By Ron S. Doyle on January 17, 2010
Is your blog goal-oriented, activity-oriented, or learning-oriented?