My Favorite Books I Read in 2018

What was the last good book you read? I'm always looking for great fiction and non-fiction books. In 2018, I read/listened to 90 books. For a list of all books I read in 2018, check out my Goodreads year in books page. Here are some of my favorites: Favorite…

Software Tool of the Week - ShareX

ShareX is the best free and open source tool that lets you take screenshots, annotate those images, and then upload to a variety of locations. If there's something you want to do with a screenshot, ShareX is the best tool. The most common way I use ShareX is to capture…

Wear This Not That - Business Casual Shirt

A Shirt that is Professionally Dapper Wearing pleated khakis with a baggy polo shirt screams 1990s business casual. Let's step up the look to a modern classic. The Oxford Cloth Button Down is the best work shirt you'll ever own! Uniqlo's Oxford slim fit button down shirts are the best…

Book of the Week - What If?

If you like the random absurd questions, What If? is the book for you! If you like the webcomic xkcd, this is DEFINITELY the book for you. Randall Munroe takes crazy questions (What if the whole world gathered in one place and jumped at the same time?) and provides answers…

Software Tool of the Week - BatteryBar Pro

Windows 8 and 10 removed information about your laptop's battery from the task bar. BatteryBar Pro fills that gap. It provides you valuable information on the status of your battery when you are draining or charging. Over time, BatteryBar Pro determines how long it takes to charge your battery and…

Wear This Not That - Watch

A Watch That Adds to the Outfit The watch has gone out of fashion for most people under the age of 40. If you have a phone with the time, why bother with a watch? A watch adds that extra touch to make you stand out. Rather than having to…

Book of the Week - $100 Startup

If you're looking to start a business and are looking for examples of how other people have done it without borrowing thousands of dollars, this is the how-to for you. Here's the book's description: In preparing to write this book, Chris [Guillebeaut] identified 1,500 individuals who have built businesses…