Using this to keep a list of books I’ve read in 2015.
- Solar, by Ian McKewan (05-Jan-2015)
- Unbroken, by Laura Hillenbrand (22-Jan-2015)
- Zealot, by Reza Aslan (24-Feb-2015)
- The Boys in The Boat, by Daniel James Brown (02-Mar-2015)
- Inferno, by Dan Brown (22-March-2015)
- Thunderstruck, by Erik Larson (28-March-2015)
Started the process of cutting the cord from Comcast.
First step is to get the landline number ported over to a cellular one.
These guys seemed pretty cheap, and they’re on the Verizon Wireless network so my old phones will work.
I got the cheap plan of 100 minutes for $10 (plus .95 for taxes and fees). The only problem is the minutes expire after 3 months — and the landline port could take up to 45 days!?!
If it was a straight cellular-to-cellular port it would be 3 hours. That seems to be a big delta — I suspect some FCC regulation is the cause.
That was easy. Changed the settings in the upper right of Fargo to add username and password. The nice thing is that it’s a global setting so WordPress posts can be made from any outline and any level of the outline. For example I’ll post only this node over to my WordPress blog. … And here it is:
I’m posting this from fargo.io Just curious if it makes it over to timfountain.com
- Now editing the content from fargo.
Good stuff from Guy Kawasaki on competence toward the bottom of this article.
The hummingbird/elephant thing means to consume a lot of information and freely spread it around. Essentially, be a valuable resource.
“First you have to learn all about your instrument, then you have to learn all about music, then you have to forget it all and learn how to play.” — Jimmy Garrison, jazz bassist
“…virtue in the absence of opportunity is hardly a moral triumph.”
Rush the uniter
Connecting my Android phone Sonos Controller to the Sonos systems seems to fail periodically.
The latest thing that worked was changing a setting on my Linksys E3000 wireless router.
Under the Wireless tab, Basic Wireless Settings, I switched it from “Wi-Fi Protected Setup™” to “Manual”.
That seemed to allow the Sonos Controller connection process to work correctly.
Let’s see how long this connection lasts.