Best Job Search Sites in a Down Economy

The web is filled with so many job sites that it’s now difficult to navigate through all of them. The issue becomes more pressing during a bad economy: those looking for jobs need to make better efficacy of their time and are much more desperate for employment. Having gone through this exact situation before, looking … Read more

My Tennis Career is Over

Or at least I think it is.  I pulled my calf muscle for the third time this morning and it hurts like hell.  This was during a match against an opponent I was probably going to lose to anyway.  The first time I pulled my calf it surprised me a bit.  Now that it’s happened … Read more

Book Review: Outliers: The Story of Success

Outliers: The Story of Success Malcom Gladwell 2008 285 pages Outliers had been recommended to me on a number of occasions, and by the time I finally picked it up, I couldn’t put it down. The title of the book is somewhat misleading to its overall premise: the premise that many outliers who’ve risen to … Read more

Economics 101

I try to keep political topics away from my blog, as I don’t have much respect for either party in the US.  (There is a well formatted chart involved in this post, so I’ll use that to justify relevance)  What annoys me is when one party, Democrat or Republican, reaches new levels of idiocy and … Read more