A man hears a knock at the door and opens it. There is nobody there. He looks down and sees a snail on the doorstep. He picks it up and throws it out into the yard.
About three years later he gets another knock at the door. He opens it, there is nobody there. He looks down and sees a snail on the doorstep. The snail looks up at him and says, “what the hell was that all about???”
Lemaro Thompson wrote this review of my book, How to Make Colleges Want You on, Amazon.com. It is the first review that didn’t give me five stars (he gave me four), but I think it is one of the best reviews posted. Very well written and thoughtful. He clearly read the book carefully and took the message to heart.
It’s amazing how this works….! It’s so accurate.
Use this simple math to discover your ideal role model.
When finished, click “read more” to find the right person.
It’s really weird how well this works!
1) Pick your favorite number between 1-9
2) Multiply by 3 then
3) Add 3
(4) Then again multiply by 3 (I’ll wait while you get the calculator….)
(5) You’ll get a 2 or 3 digit number….
(6) Add the digits together
Now , click “read more”
I wasn’t actually interviewed for the article. They sent me a list of questions and I typed out the answers. So, aside from the questions themselves, I wrote the article.
Pandora Internet Radio is an online radio service based on the Music Geonome Project which was some research that identified similarities among songs.
You input a couple of your favorite songs or singers and it will automatically pick other songs and other singers that sound similar. It is free and quite cool.
A friend of mine, Daniel Arsenault, did the original design for the site Lilgrams.com. I was invited to be a beta user today and I set up an account for my son, Anson.
It’s designed to be an online babybook. A lot of the features are still in development, but it does have a nice interface.
The final design was done by http://www.vikkid.com/ in India.