## ODonnellWeb – Tag Life

The Olive Garden salad that changed my life

Posted on 04/19/2019 in misc • Tagged with Life, Personal, Food

Fred Lynn baseball card

Our first date was Feb 21, 1987. I've told that story. This is the story of a later date. I don't remember when exactly; sometime between that first date and the end of the semester. I think we were back at her house in Zionsville, IN and I think it …


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Bye Bye Baseball Cards

Posted on 03/31/2019 in misc • Tagged with Facebook, Life

Fred Lynn baseball card

A couple of years ago I occupied myself while Michelle was recovering from cancer treatment by finally organizing the 5000 odd baseball cards I had in boxes in the closet. At the time I thought I was just making use of the downtime to downsize a bit since we were …


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Go Analog

Posted on 01/03/2019 in misc • Tagged with Life

Om Malik, who has quickly become one of my favorite bloggers, wrote a post about slowing down and scaling down in life.

He makes a few good points that you should go read, but I want to expand further on one point - go analog. I think I've been doing this …


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No More Resolutions

Posted on 12/30/2018 in misc • Tagged with Life, Personal

Most people use New Year's resolutions as a way to procrastinate. Instead of starting the change today, for whatever value of today it is, we put it off to start on this break point we call the new year. Really, what we are doing is procrastinating. Any change worth making …


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Merry Christmas 2018

Posted on 12/25/2018 in misc • Tagged with Life

Christmas Card

All of us at ODonnellWeb Global Industries wishes you a very merry Christmas (or whatever you are celebrating if it's not Christmas)and our best wishes for a healthy and happy 2019.

This is entry #25 in my attempt at 31 days of blogging for December 2018. I've haven't posted …


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Toga Toga

Posted on 12/22/2018 in misc • Tagged with Life

A friend was discussing this story about the impact of dating apps yesterday. He was wondering if dating app algorithms may actually be more important to the future of civilization than anything Twitter or Facebook is doing to us. It's an interesting thought and one worthy of more consideration.

(Note …


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