I’ve maintained some form of personal weblog since 1997. Here’s a collection of all the things I’ve published to my personal site, along with some highlights from other places I’ve been published.
In an era of big bank consolidation, I’m excited that the folks from Barclaycard have chosen to leverage their “clean brand” to
I don’t always just write about personal finance and music. My first food blog post landed at The Daily Meal this week.
Fox Business, NASDAQ, and many other outlets in our CardRatings syndicate picked up my feature on four technology trends that could change
The folks at MSN highlighted a feature I originally wrote for CardRatings.com about the ingredients that make up your credit score. Each
When I helped relaunch XPN‘s online presence over 10 years ago, our biggest concern was unifying the experience across multiple platforms. At
I’m through the hardest part of the “remastering” process on the spinme.com books series, so I’ve been able to spend more time
I declared victory over the need to get a cable box in the new apartment in this post from a few months
Attending Barcamp Philly inspired me to solidify a lot of these ideas. There’s a JFDI attitude in this town that I find
Some of my favorite recent stories from our CardRatings.com Credit Card News blog: PayPal’s mobile app enables person-to-person transactions. It sounds like
As a boss, I sometimes have to listen to a member of my team explain why something went horribly wrong. As as
I’ve had a home office for the past ten years. During that time, my wife and I have moved four times. Besides
Productivity gurus love to pick on lame meetings. But let’s be realistic…even top creative professionals have to endure meetings with clients or
Even if you’ve become religious about shredding your credit card statements before you toss them away, criminals can still find ways to
And no, they’re not mine. We’re still on a roll with some fun credit card lists over at the CardRatings Blog. This
When Mario Batali comes home from a long day at the kitchen, does he cook for himself? If you’ve read Anthony Bourdain’s
We’re having a lot of fun over at the CardRatings.com blog, posting some Top 5 lists and looking at some of the
As a compliment to the live Music Management Boot Camp series I’ve been running this spring, I’ve started posting a set of
Here’s another highlight from our CardRatings.com blog that I’ve been getting some great feedback about: A slumping economy, a soft job market,
Posted last week on CardRatings.com, here are some of my favorite tips for folks planning to travel outside the U.S. with a
Sometimes, when I’m not griping about still having to pay down my student loan, I think about what I really got for
Almost two weeks later, and the snow still reminds me more of Ithaca than of anything I grew up with around here.
Social media have become a powerful small business marketing technology for entrepreneurs who truly understand how to network effectively. Just posting ads
It's been about ten years since I wrote for AOL's content team, and I'm excited to be back on their roster. Here's
When we lived in Athens, Lori and I had fun times with a couple of used cars: a Honda Civic that my
Things are picking back up at the music business blog, now that I’m shifting back from book-writing mode and into blogging mode.
December highlights from the Small Business CRM Software Blog: Don’t Sabotage Your CRM Software Project in 2010 Eating CRM Software Leftovers in
Advertising has always been a tricky business for legal professionals. While the most storied law firms rely on long-time clients and on
Five years ago tonight, I posted the original version of this image to my Flickr stream. This is what you see when
A client confirmed for me what anyone who has spent time in Philadelphia knows by heart: Wawa is more than just a
Recent updates from my credit card news blog at CardRatings.com: Fewer card delinquencies expected in 2010. (It could be because we all
We just posted a new feature to the front page of CardRatings.com: Credit card rate hikes have become a popular strategy for
Even though it's our second winter back north, it still feels like a surprise to wake up to this. Especially since it