I do not mind ads / Just make them work on mobile / Do not break the website

First, a quick note about the subject line. A friend challenged me to post on Twitter only in haiku for a day. I thought these subject lines would be fun, too. Anyway, ads. As I’ve focused the past few years on marketing, I have no issue with web ads. Currently, they’re the way many web Read More …

This week’s thoughts about real estate

I wanted to share a few articles today to keep you up-to-date with the changing real estate market. Higher Home Prices Pressing Buyers It’s been all over the news, and we’ve mentioned this quite a bit. Rising prices and a lack of inventory are making it harder for buyers right now. However, don’t give up Read More …

Traffic Fun on 196th and 64th in Lynnwood

I live really close by and am <sarcasm>delighted at the added fun.¬†</sarcasm> Oh well….be advised and forewarned. Water Main Break on 64th Ave W Causes Extended Road Closure Lynnwood Utility Crews will begin repair work Friday morning LYNNWOOD, WA (April 28, 2016) – Early This morning, a private contractor inadvertently hit a water main on Read More …

Thinking about Boeing

Having spent most of my life in Lynnwood, I’ve long been in the shadow of Boeing. Interestingly, though I’ve worked for many Seattle stalwarts such as Starbucks, Microsoft, and Amazon. But never Boeing. I’ve had a few opportunities, but for each one, by the time they extended an offer to me, I’d accepted one somewhere Read More …

Muslim American engineer, others respond to aerospace exec’s anti-mosque campaign – The Seattle Globalist

If you didn’t know, a postcard was mailed to the citizenry of Mukilteo protesting the opening of a mosque. I can expound my standard liberal rhetoric about the value inclusiveness brings. Instead, let me simply allow one of our neighbors to speak to the matter (from Seattle Globalist)  Muslim American engineer, others respond to aerospace Read More …

Reflecting upon the day

Watching 180 South this evening. My son found this years ago on Netflix, and we find it a nice, calming film.  It’s also thought provoking. Part of that: it’s core focus on sustainable living.  Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins built their businesses with that long-term view. These were men we talked about when I worked Read More …

Some thoughts on Lynnwood’s future

I watched a video about the rail link and it’s plan to make it up here. (Check out the site and video here)  It’s very promising. I love the idea of a 28 minute trip to downtown Seattle where I don’t have any concerns about parking. I love this future. Especially since I really don’t Read More …

Food Trucks Are Coming to Lynnwood

I’ve long had a “thing” for food trucks, so I’m pretty excited about this. They will be a fun addition to the food scene in Lynnwood.   Food Trucks Are Coming to Lynnwood City Council Unanimously Approves Food Trucks in Lynnwood LYNNWOOD, WA (March 29, 2016) –¬†Before long, you will be able to purchase an Read More …