Monday, November 4, 2013

Your Holiday Reading List

I can explain why some of them are on here if you have any questions. No order, just main title and author, many of these have subtitle/tagline I didn't include them.

The 4-Hour Body, Tim Ferriss
The 4-Hour Chef, Tim Ferriss
The Millionaire Fastlane, MJ DeMarco
Five Acres and Independence, Maurice G. Kains
Steal Like an Artist, Austin Kleon
Built to Sell, John Warrillow
Mastery, Robert Greene
Don't Go Back To School, Kio Stark
Trust Me I'm Lying, Ryan Holiday
The War of Art, Steve Pressfield
Linchpin, Seth Godin
The Icarus Deception, Seth Godin
Finite and Infinite Games, James P. Carse
Little Brother, Cory Doctorow
Pattern Recognition, William Gibson
Rules of the Game, Neil Strauss

Other people who may or may not have books but have really good online stuff which you should look into:
Noah Kagan
Neville Madhora
Ramit Sethi
Patrick McKenzie
Johnny Pain
Tim Anderson

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Dream Job Program

Ramit Sethi's Dream Job program helped me get a new job.
Here is a video of me talking about it.
If you aren't part of the mailing list you are not going to be able to join.
You only have a few days until the program is opened back up. (Ramit also tends to increase the price after each opening.) Sign up here

Friday, May 11, 2012

Guest Spot

I wrote an article for my employer Rural Sourcing Inc, you can read it here

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Text-Fu Still Costs You Time

Even if you have great text editing skills it still cost you time. That is time you didn't spend coding, you spent it CRTL-V, CRTL-C, Alt-Mouse "Column Mode", CTRL-R, ... whatever.

Enter DataPivot.
 DataPivot only does one thing. It takes data and format it for use in a SQL WHERE clause.
Currently there is some formatting options of the SQL such as "Indent Lines", "Wrap after element X", and "Quote Elements" to aid in keeping your code clean.

You can download DataPivot at
You can download DataPivot's source at

Monday, May 7, 2012

New Methods

If you want to ask me a question check out my page on Askolo
I also have a new repo up on GitHub which will contain some simple tools which make my life easier when dealing with data or programming, check it out at
Last, I have an About.Me which links to most if not all of the services I use, the link is