May 2014 Archives

No Reply Necessary

As I’ve written about before, internal email can be challenging. The most ambiguous part of internal email – email sent within the company – is knowing when to reply and when not to. As I wrote in that post in 2012: Know when to respond and when not to. This is a tough one. I like to put myself in other people’s shoes. If I would want a response from them – even if it’s just “great idea!” or “keep me posted, I’m interested” –… Continue reading


How Much Can I Actually Replace With a Galaxy Note 3?

Over the winter it was finally time to get a new phone. I had always told myself that all of my future phones would only be “pure Android” experiences. The Nexus 5 was the phone I had been clamoring for. As I started researching phones however, I began to ask myself a different question: how much of what I do could be accomplished with a phablet? The more I thought about it, the more curious I became. In much the same way that I have… Continue reading


R.B.I. Baseball 14 And The Future of Sports Video Games

One of my hobbies ever since I can remember has been playing sports video games. Being born in the early ’80s I started off with a NES console and have purchased a console every generation since, although I haven’t picked up a PS4 or Xbox One…yet. Sure I play other games, but the main reason I’ve forked over thousands of dollars on consoles is sports games. As soon as I got my hand on an iPad a few years ago I started to wonder if… Continue reading