Link: New Website Helps Builders Sell and Buy Excess Materials At the end of a construction project, most home builders are stuck with unused building materials and products, some of which can’t be carried over to the next job. Selling excess materials to those… Continue reading New Website Helps Builders Sell and Buy Excess Materials
Link: Legal blogs take legal reporting to a new level <a href=”http://www.linkedin.com/ppl/webprofile?vmi=&id=10610181&pvs=pp&authToken=LNcg&authType=name&locale=en_US&trk=ppro_viewmore&lnk=vw_pprofile” target=”_blank”>Adam McDowell</a> of Canada’s National Post writes this morning about ‘<a href=”http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/toronto/archive/2009/11/28/how-blogs-like-torontoist-and-blogto-are-taking-local-news-to-a-new-level.aspx” target=”_blank”>How blogs like Torontoist and BlogTO are taking local news to a new level</a>.’</p> <p>Reminds me that legal blogging, when done well,… Continue reading Legal blogs take legal reporting to a new level
Update: So that didn’t go well… Seems that Tumblr didn’t like importing feeds so I decided to investigate all the hoopla and jumped in with both feet to Posterous. I can thus control where and how I post all via email which also means that I can maintain an archive through gmail. Now all the … Continue reading More on FriendFeed, Facebook, etc.
I finally updated this site with a fancy new theme. As part of the upgrade I spent some time revamping my entire online persona. I have now added Flickr, Facebook and some other tools that are integrated. I also moved the “about” page to the front of the site. I don’t update the blog frequently … Continue reading A New Face
If Billy Mays© is selling it, it must be good. Perhaps. I don’t know how practical this will be for construction defect investigators or home inspectors, but I’m sure there is a use somehow.
Keep your tools and parts within reach. The Tool Band-It™ patented design is rugged, lightweight and flexible. It easily fits either arm. Powerful Space Age Magnet Technology securely holds everything from screws to wrenches. A job for two people can now be done by one.
OK, I admit – I am pretty much a total Mac fanboy. No joke, one of my 20-month old’s first couple words was “apple”, not the fruit, but the lighted logo on our pair of black and white MacBooks. But my black MacBook (2.0GHz Intel Core2 Duo, 2GB RAM, 100GB HD) has been one of … Continue reading MacBooks sweep latest Consumer Reports scores – Really?
Today I turned 33. I wasn’t quite sure how the day was going to turn out. I did have the day off of work, which I needed and appreciated. I woke up to my beautiful wife and presents from her and the kids. A new pair of Birkenstocks (my last pair was pretty much toast … Continue reading Another Birthday
I am an admitted early adopter of new technology, comparatively speaking. And I love online/web-based/cloud tools. I’ve been a fan of WordPress for many years following Moveable Types movement to paid services. Most recently I’ve taken a real liking to Squarespace, which I am using at work to completely revamp our neglected website. I also … Continue reading FriendFeed, Twitter, WordPress, et al.
Regular readers of AECforensics.com know that I am a huge fan of what the awesome folks at Blue Bottle Coffee Company are doing to promote better coffee. I was really spoiled back in June, during PCBC, when I had a chance to visit the Mint Plaza location to enjoy freshly brewed coffee on site. Once … Continue reading The future of iced coffee may be coming to a grocery store near you… in a carton?
“Grandpa died last week And now he’s buried in the rocks, But everybody still talks about How badly they were shocked. But me, I expected it to happen, I knew he’d lost control When he built a fire on Main Street And shot it full of holes. Oh, Mama, can this really be the end, … Continue reading So long and thanks for all the fish