I’m really not a huge sweets guy! I’ll almost never order dessert while out to eat.
I own a big truck! I like my big truck, it’s fun to drive. On top of that, it’s great for work and it hauls like a dream! I bought it from one of the local dealerships here in London. I’ve been really happy with it for the most part, had a few little minor issues that I don’t want to get into at the moment.
A few weeks ago, I had to get it in to get an oil change and while I was there I asked them to take a look at my driver door, because it was squeaking up a storm! Well my great service tech, really tries to take care of me.
I recently wrote a blog for SCN Magazine (or Systems Contractor News Magazine) called “Hospitality Lighting Opportunities”. Here’s an intro
You know me, I’m a high lighting control evangelist. I’m the guy who talks lighting control with everyone I meet. Because of this, dealers ask me all the time about ways in which I make money in this market, but what they are really asking is “How can I make money in this market?”
Well, if you’ve read my previous post “biz of lighting control”, you should already have some ideas….
Read the entire post here!
I had a lady from one of our local businesses in my home the other day and she was going over a proposal for some new equipment in my home. While she pulling out her laptop to go over the proposal, she proudly pulled out a brand new MacBookAir! When I say, she was proud, she was PROUD! She gleamed over this piece of beautifully milled aluminum (If you’re a big mac fan… you read that in Johnny Ive’s voice — Al-U-Minium) and was very happy to show it to me. As we went over the proposal, she was was very proud of the beautiful proposal that she had created in numbers. Read more »
Earlier this week I was doing one of my favorite things, talking with my good friend Andy Oudmann on his radio show, London Today, on AM1290 here in London. He had brought me on to talk about a potential issue with Wi-Fi in the classroom, which it a post for another day. Once we finished that discussion, Andy asked if I could stay and talk about something else after a commercial break, which I agreed to. When we got back from commercial, Andy told me he wanted to talk to me about a CTV report that focused on the labour conditions at FOXCONN’s factories in China that were specifically directed at Apple. Read more »