Category: Links

Leadership in the Age of Loneliness

One might think that technological connectivity has or will soon save us from the blight of loneliness. But it seems that we feel more isolated today than ever. According to a report in The Atlantic, one in four Americans reports having no one...

/ December 21, 2015

Best Gift Ever! EVER!

Do you see the smile? Laura has that same smile. Yes, she is the #bestwifeever. Happy Star Wars day! (Hat tip to When Geeks Wed)

/ December 17, 2015

Take Your Daughters to The Force Awakens!

For young women in particular to physically relate to someone that’s a really important thing. Because people can relate to Luke’s story, they can relate to Han’s story but I think Rey, more than just because she’s a woman, it...

/ December 16, 2015

“Oh, my God, she’s Republican!”

“They were both almost 30, and it just worked. They had the same level of energy and talent. As one friend would later say, they were magnetized from the start. But the elephant in the room wasn’t the silent type....

/ December 15, 2015

Agile Family Tips from Trello

There is a growing movement of parents implementing agile strategies at home. From weekly standups to logistical coordination, there are lots of ways to adapt agile ideas into your home. Aside from the tangible solutions to scheduling, agile practices also...

/ September 17, 2015

Time Confetti: Should Leisure Time be a Toss-up?

I (Laura) have been thinking about this very thing lately. It’s one of the tension points Leslie and I have felt a lot – especially as I’ve been trying to divest myself of the Stay-at-Home Mom identity and embrace a...

/ September 16, 2015

Clive Makes a Video Game for One Person, his Wife

The game I made for my wife is something rather different. It was a game made for an audience of one. The reason I’m not showing you the whole game is for the same reasons we don’t show our love...

/ September 15, 2015