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The second piece from my recent trip to Wolfsburg is about meeting perestroika in the least likely of places, the intersection of past and present windmills, and an abandoned water park, all from behind the …

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Too Burned Out To Pursue Your Freelancing Dream?

July 9, 2009 – 11:02 pm | Edit Post

A close friend of mine is a race engineer for Dale Coyne Racing, an IndyCar team. This past weekend their driver, Justin Wilson, won at Watkins Glen in New York. For team owner Dale Coyne it was extra special – because it was the first, and only time he had ever won in 25 years of competition.

Zune Update – 8 Months Later

June 18, 2009 – 10:17 am | Edit Post
Zune Update – 8 Months Later

I just wanted to drop a quick update on my experiences with the Microsoft Zune 120.

Growing As A Freelance Writer By Learning To Say No

June 11, 2009 – 12:25 pm | Edit Post
Growing As A Freelance Writer By Learning To Say No

Last week, I talked about the effect that saying ‘yes’ could have on your freelance business. This week, I want to flip things 180 degrees and examine the benefits of saying ‘no’.